Better Labs for Breakthrough Science

December 29, 2010 |

As scientific breakthroughs, technology, and new research models continue to surge forward, today’s laboratory Building Teams are scampering to keep up. From new layouts to accommodate translational health science and the stringent environmental requirements of nanoscience, to the increasing support space demands for instrumentation and robotics, lab design is rapidly progressing. Most critical is the effective design of laboratory building infrastructure, which supports the lab bench as well as the talents of today’s scientific researchers.

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