Cooper Carry designed the 70,000 sf addition and renovation to Emory’s Atwood Chemistry Building. The project is a five-level facility that includes laboratories, offices, administration suite, teaching labs, conference rooms, a collaborative classroom, resource center and commons space.
Imec’s new 300mm cleanroom is one of the most advanced research facilities in the world...
The agenda for the 2016 Laboratory Design Conference is now available at...
Read about the 2016 Laboratory of the Year Awards, expert presentations, facility tours, and more!
The Georgia BioScience Training Center reflects Georgia’s commitment to developing a world-class bioscience industry workforce.
Registration for the 2016 Laboratory Design Conference in Houston is still open. Contact us for information about special rates and discounts!
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A third tour has been added to the Laboratory Design Conference agenda. The conference will be held April 25-27 in Houston, Texas. Sign up to tour the Harris County Forensics facility.
The Sydney Nanoscience Hub, headquarters of the Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science and Technology (AINST), will officially launch on April 20, 2016. The new facility is among the most advanced laboratories for advanced measurement and experimental device demonstration globally built for this purpose and joins just a handful of facilities at some of the most prominent universities globally.
Coppin State University’s Science and Technology Center is a building that addresses and fulfills the aspirations of the university, the students and the surrounding neighborhood. The design encourages faculty and students from different science departments to collaborate on projects that cross traditional departmental boundaries.
Tours of exemplary lab facilities, including those to which attendees would not otherwise have access, are an integral part of the overall Laboratory Design Conference experience. This year's tours will include Brockman Hall for Physics at Rice University and Texas Medical Center. Register for your spot today - hurry, seats are limited!
EIZO Corp.’s new facility in Hakusan increases production capacity in Japan by 30 percent. The build allows the company to expand its business by meeting an increasing worldwide demand for its medical and industrial monitors.
The University of Minnesota Health (M Health), Clinics and Surgery Center is a destination ambulatory care center designed to elevate an inter-professional care delivery model while providing an entirely new type of patient experience that introduces improved care delivery models, patient flows and turnaround of outpatient procedures.
The editors of R&D Magazine and Laboratory Design are now accepting entries for the 50th Laboratory of the Year competition. This annual award recognizes the best new and renovated laboratories that combine all aspects of the building into a superior working environment. Hurry - the deadline is Feb. 15!
The past few years have yielded some interesting trends in the design and operation of analytical laboratories in the corporate biopharmaceutical marketplace. This article summarizes those trends and some considerations to be mindful of as it relates to the physical environment in which analytical labs operate.
Laboratory Design is conducting a short survey on personal experiences with building or renovating/remodeling research laboratories. Participants will be entered to win a $100 Amazon gift card.
The Laboratory Design Conference is seeking qualified professionals interested in sharing their experience and knowledge as a member of our faculty. Hurry - the deadline is rapidly approaching!
Research labs need to be able to adapt to change. Science is changing, new equipment is being developed, and funding priorities shift, so modern labs must incorporate some degree of flexibility to deal with this. You start with what are the limits of what you can achieve in your lab. What is a flexible modification and what is a fundamental redesign. How far can you bend your facility before it breaks?