Community Lab Space for Your Group
In the heart of Sanford Research, you’ll find a state-of-the-art research lab that provides research space and equipment for the community.
Public and private groups are welcome to use the space for:
- Hands-on activities facilitated by the Sanford PROMISE team
- Research activities and projects you develop under PROMISE scientists’ supervision
We also host events including a family science festival and a community lecture series.
Attend the PROMISE Community Lecture Series
Are you interested in science? Have you ever wondered about the scientific research being performed in your own community? The PROMISE Community Lecture Series provides a unique opportunity for science-minded individuals within our community to learn about local research projects from the scientists themselves. Monthly lectures are provided by leading academic and industry scientists within the region.
Launching Discoveries into the Clinic: Tales of a Breast Cancer Survivor
Presented by Kristi Egland, PhD | Medical Science Liaison at Sanford Health
Tuesday, October 22nd at 5:30 PM
Sanford Center (Coyote Room), 2301 E. 60th Street North, SFSD - Enter at the southeast corner of the building (adjacent to the globe)
Student Lab Tours
Tour the PROMISE Community Laboratory
In the heart of Sanford Research’s laboratory lives a high-tech classroom space designed to accommodate up to 24 learners participating in a hands-on science experience. Our team of educators will personalize an experience to meet the content and ability requirements for your group. Public and private school classes, after-school programs, girl and boy scout clubs and others are invited.
Teen Science Café
Attend Teen Science Café
Teen Science Café is a free, fun way for teens to explore advances in science and technology affecting their lives. Teens and STEM experts engage in lively conversations and activities to explore a topic deeply. Teen Science Café brings together teens from all over the greater Sioux Falls region to learn from scientists in their community.
Open to students grades 9-12.
Sanford Health News
Center for Biobehavioral Research surveys patients remotely, in real time
Jasmine Johnson learned more about research and herself by working in lab