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  • Laboratories
    • Brigham Elisha Dashwood Laboratory of Alternative Mentalities
        • From Doctor Who audio drama Minuet in Hell.
    • C. Montgomery Burns Germ Warfare Laboratory
        • Mr. Burns' lab that Homer's mother Mona Simpson and her friends of the Springfield 7 attempt to bomb. "When the H-bomb isn't enough" (Season 7 episode Mother Simpson) Homer's fugitive mother Mona goes on trial for sabotaging the C. Montgomery Burns Germ Warfare Lab back in the 60s. "When the H-Bomb isn't enough" (Season 15 episode My Mother the Carjacker)
    • Cadmus Labs
        • Company name on screen when Lex's girlfriend Victoria is digging through files on his laptop. (Season 1 episode Shimmer) Lex offers Dr. Hamilton a new job working for Cadmus Labs. (Season 1 episode Nicodemus) Lab where Lex has the mysterious cave parasites dissected. (Season 2 episode Rush)
    • California Maintenance Labs
        • Jack Hamilton, the central protagonist, is dismissed from his job at the California Maintenance Labs due to McCarthy-era paranoia about his wife Marsha's left-wing political sympathies.
    • Central Labroritories
        • Lab listed on the directory in the office building where existential detective agency Jaffe and Jaffe is located.
    • Crescent Medical Labs
        • Where Brad's future soldiers go to steal more than a hundred liters of blood. (Season 4 episode Zero Hour)
    • Currigan Labs
        • Site of catastrophic Witches Jelly incident: "Are you kidding? Did you know what happened with that jelly? Have you heard of the Currigan Labs? There's this little private supplier... So they got themselvessome jelly..."
    • Dimensional Developments
        • Research company, part of the maze surrounding Veidt Enterprises. It funded the Institute for Extraspatial Studies. In turn, it was funded by Pyramid Deliveries.
    • Drandix Laboratories
        • 4400 returnee Trent Applebaum sells his saliva as a weight loss treatment. (Season 2 episode Weight of the World)
    • Fawkes Station
        • Marcus Slade's research facility, an old Exxon Mobile oil rig, used for privacy and security.
    • Fremont Labs
        • The new Quinn Mallory is part of the Combine project development at Geiger Applied Research. When he first meets the sliders, he asks them if they work for Geiger's competitors - Fremont Labs or Thermodyne Propulsion. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
    • Geiger Applied Research
        • The new Quinn Mallory is part of the Combine project development at Geiger Applied Research. When he first meets the sliders, he asks them if they work for Geiger's competitors - Fremont Labs or Thermodyne Propulsion. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
    • Hammond Labs
        • Cold storage facility where Jeri tells Kilgrave she stashed Hope's aborted fetus. (Season 1 episode AKA 1,000 Cuts)
    • Hawkins National Laboratory
        • U.S. Department of Energy facility in Hawkins, Indiana. (Season 1 episode Chapter One: The Vanishing of Will Byers)
    • Hell Labs
        • Home of the Ironic Punishment Division in Hell. (Season 5 episode Treehouse of Horror IV - Segment The Devil and Homer Simpson)
    • Jet Propulsion Laboratories
        • Lab where astronautical engineer Lucas Pegg works in Pasadena.
    • Kronish Laboratories
        • Leader in Sexual Transmitted Disease Research, created by Dr. Elias Kronish, where Josh works as a janitor. (Pilot episode)
    • The Kronitorium
        • Lab where the super cure was engineered and the Biotics were born. (Season 1 episode Beyond the Truffledome)
    • Laboratories for Latter Day Defense
        • Government partnership to create a weapon that can locate and kill every Hemophage on the planet in days.
    • Lexcorp Research Park
        • When Bruce Wayne discovers a ship called the White Portuguese is delivering Kryptonite to Lex Luthor, he tracks the rock to LexCorp Research Park.
    • Maxx Labs
        • Laboratory that studies the TK (Telekinesis) mutation, impacting 15% of the population.
    • Medical & X-ray Laboratories
        • Lab where the gang takes the non-fat yogurt to find out if it's really non-fat, and Kramer starts dating the technician. (Season 5 episode The Non-Fat Yogurt)
    • Mittelos Bioscience
        • Also known as Mittelos Laboratories, front company used by the Others to recruit people from the outside world, including Juliet. (Season 3 episode Not in Portland)
    • San Diego Animal Science Labs
        • A scientist visits the valley researching graboid mating calls. (episode The Sounds of Silence)
    • Sandia Laboratories
        • Lab where Walt used to work, mentioned during the flashback scene when Walt and Skyler buy their house. (Season 3 episode Full Measure)
    • Science Research Center
        • Laboratory in Los Alamos mentioned on the framed award on the wall in the baby's room in Walt's house, recognizing Walt's participation as Crystallography Project Leader for Proton Radiography 1985. (Pilot episode)
    • Screaming Monkey Research Labs
        • Private investigator Dexter Colt frames Lisa by releasing the test animals from a research lab and selling them to a circus. (Season 14 episode The Dad Who Knew Too Little)
    • ShareChem Medical Laboratory
        • Lab that fakes the police officer's bloodwork to get them out of work. (Season 8 episode Blue Flu)
    • Smallwood Labs
        • New record added 5/3/2022
        • One of the connections in Abedís Crazy Quilt of Destiny is Smallwood Labs, an animal testing laboratory where Britta tries to liberate animals and Abed visits psychiatrist Dr. B. Wexler where Annie steals his prescription pad. (Season 4 episode Heroic Origins)
    • Springfield Robotic Laboratory
        • Scientific facility destroyed during the Springfield residents' riot against science. (Season 9 episode Lisa the Skeptic)
    • Stelline Laboratories
        • Stelline is a subcontractor for the Wallace Corporation working as a memory designer at an "upgrade center" named "Stelline Laboratories".
    • Thermodyne Propulsion
        • The new Quinn Mallory is part of the Combine project development at Geiger Applied Research. When he first meets the sliders, he asks them if they work for Geiger's competitors - Fremont Labs or Thermodyne Propulsion. (Season 5 episode The Unstuck Man)
    • Turbo-Cyber-Dyno-Tronic-Research and Development Laboratories
        • For a more complicated tomorrow. (Season 1 episode The Tick vs. Brainchild)
    • Vanderburen-Brockhurst Laboratory Virtual Technology Research
        • The company behind all of the virtual reality on the VR world. (Season 4 episode Common Ground)
    • Vu Age Laboratories
        • Research lab owned by the Vu Age Church working on cloning technology. (Season 2 episode Dieties)
    • WCIT Alpha Labs
        • Where Dillon says Elton Bibby had a full scholarship, the suspect in the Fermitas nerve gas attack. (Season 3 episode So Do Our Minutes Hasten)
        • It's revealed that they developed an invisibility cloak before it went commercial. (episode Minute of Silence)
    • Widmore Labs
        • Charles Widmore's company, from various episodes, seen on Henry Gale's hot air balloon, Sun's preganancy test and outside the set of the Butties Diaper commercial.

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