The new building includes BSL-1, BSL-2, and BSL-3, wet laboratories; dry labs; barrier and non-barrier vivariums; an MRI imaging suite; a neurological diseases clinic; Primary Investigator offices; clinical research offices; program support offices; and a 180-person auditorium for symposia and interdepartmental meetings.
The Jennie Smoly Caruthers Biotechnology Building at the University of Colorado, Boulder is...
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The full TRI project includes 3 components; the Institute, Bio-Pharmaceuticals Australia (BPA) which is a pharmaceutical manufacturing scale up facility located on the site, and a refurbishment within the adjacent hospital building for clinical trials associated with the research undertaken in TRI.
Since its opening, the program experienced their best year of recruiting, submitted three grant proposals from new collaborations and held numerous events and symposiums in the new common areas—breathing new life into the program and the quad.
University of Pennsylvania, Level 2 Lab, Smilow Center for Translational Research, Perelman Center for Advanced MedicineMay 15, 2013 8:02 am | News | Comments
Non-indigenous arthropod biological safety containment level 2 laboratory. The laboratory is located on the 9th floor of the Translational Research Center part of the University of Pennsylvania Perelman Center for Advanced Medicine. The laboratory is biologically secure and constructed specifically to study arthropods.
Completion of the Sherman Center nearly doubles the research capacity of the Worcester campus with half-million square feet of interdisciplinary research and education space designed to maximize collaboration among scientists, educators, and students across multiple fields. It is the new home of the Advanced Therapeutics Cluster and contains wet research space for more than 90 investigators.
University of Pittsburgh, Thomas E. Starzl Biomedical Science Tower, 12th Floor, Pittsburgh, Pa. (renovation)April 16, 2013 3:14 pm | News | Comments
The Thomas E. Starzl Biomedical Science Tower (BST), a biomedical research facility providing nine floors of dedicated laboratory space, is located in the heart of the University of Pittsburgh campus. Constructed in 1989, this 20-year-old facility suffered from aging infrastructure, deteriorating interior construction, and an outmoded layout of cloistered laboratories.
The Sherman Fairchild Building, originally completed in 1981, was renovated to house the Stem Cell and Regenerative Biology Department. Addressing a 50% increase in population density, the focus aimed to add space for tissue culture and support space as well as create shared department resources.
This facility was conceived, constructed, and commissioned in 22 months, creating a hybrid teaching/research facility model for Canada’s third largest university. Emulating “bay & chase” typology from production facilities, the laboratories remain fully interconnected with clear travel paths for exiting, but with serviced zones supporting one or two research teams.
The Palomar Medical Center in Escondido, Calif. is one of the largest buildings in the U.S. to use integrated project delivery principles and one of only two U.S. hospitals with day-lit operating rooms. The facility includes an 11-story patient tower and a two-story diagnostic and treatment wing, topped by a 1.5-acre green roof planted with native flora to mimic nearby hillsides.
W-B 24 is part of Yale's West Campus Integrated Science & Technology Center (W-ISTC). The new spaces, which will accommodate the recently formed Nanobiology Institute and Cell Biology and Biophysics, are adapted within the laboratory and office spaces of a 136-acre former Bayer Pharmaceutical complex that Yale acquired in 2007.
New three-story building encompasses 10 biology laboratories, including an instrumentation room and tissue research center, plus a physics laboratory, six chemistry laboratories, and 24 conventional classrooms. The building also houses the CCC Dental Hygiene Clinic, consisting of 25 dental chairs and a dental materials laboratory, as well as the college's nursing program.
Facility supports energy research, including high-efficiency combustion engines, biomass gasification kinetics, biochemical-enzymatic conversion of biomass materials, and capture of carbon dioxide from power plants and combustion engines. The laboratory includes more than 8,000 ft2 of high-bay space.
Lehman College, part of the City University of New York, has dedicated Science Hall, the first building of a planned-three phase "campus within a campus" dedicated to the sciences. The four-story facility will be devoted to undergraduate and graduate teaching and research.
The Collaborative Life Sciences Building (CLSB) is a unique, multi-use facility, housing undergraduate science education, medical and dental professional programs, as well as advanced biomedical research. Located on a new campus within a dense urban area of Portland, the site is at equal distance from Oregon Health and Science University's (OHSU's) Marquam Hill campus and Portland State University (PSU).
Research facility will be a global hub for biomedical R&D and will be managed by UPMC, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center. The focus will be translational science, with the campus ultimately employing more than 600 scientists and other staff.
Multidisciplinary building includes 85 highly diverse laboratory spaces serving five separate departments. Teams of faculty and students work on projects using the research, classroom, office, and meeting spaces. Vehicle, engine, and combustion research are situated in a separate "combustion wing" due to the need to isolate hazardous chemicals and extreme noise.
Five-story building will provide biomedical research labs and related office space. Because the project came in under the original budget, a shell space addition on the east side was added for $16 million. The lab building is adjacent to the UH-Manoa John A. Burns School of Medicine in Kaka’ako.
Four-story building is nestled among redwoods on the UC-Santa Cruz campus, in close proximity to the Physical Sciences Building, the Science Library, the Sinsheimer Laboratories, the Thimann Laboratories, and the Baskin Engineering Building. The adjacencies create a compact hub for interdisciplinary research and collaboration.
A first-of-its-kind science and engineering building for Nanjing University, one of the oldest and most prestigious institutions of higher learning in China. The facility will house four academic departments, six interdisciplinary research centers, and a state-of-the-art conference center, as well as common areas for student and faculty gatherings.
The largest single facility on the ASU Tempe campus, IST IV is the home of the School of Earth and Space Exploration. It houses 166 laboratories, including highly specialized spaces for space and earth geological research, plus 60 faculty offices.
Fourteen-story facility will incorporate technologically advanced classrooms, collaboration spaces, and a medical simulation center. Located in North Manhattan on the school's Washington Heights campus, the building will be used by students in all four of CUMC's schools, as well as the biomedical departments of the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
Originally built in 1937, the Physical Science Building houses chemistry, geology/geography, physics, and psychology. The study refined the program needs outlined in a 2010 Master Plan Update, and reconciled the needs with the space available.
The Neurosciences Research Building is a collaborative initiative between the Indiana University School of Medicine and Indiana University Health, combining research and clinical care focused on neurological disorders. Flexible equipment and resources allow the research space to adapt to different discovery pursuits and adjust to technology over time.
The new addition to the single-building campus of Lake Superior College consolidates widely dispersed program areas, combining teaching laboratories and open laboratory space for health, nursing, and science programs. Special features include a hospital nursing simulation center, a surgical technology laboratory, and a simulated clinic with exam rooms.
Former Dalgleish Cadillac building in Midtown Detroit will be refashioned as a major center for biomedical research in this multi-phase construction project. Funding includes $30 million from the state of Michigan, combined with $63 million in private funding. Demolition of a nearby building to make room for a parking lot is underway.
The 150,000 ft 2 building has been home to the arts and sciences department since it opened in the 1960s. The entire building is being reconfigured to better accommodate the latest pedagogies and to improve interaction between students, faculty, and departments.