Research and Development

  • Construction of Northwestern University’s $32,250,000 Center for Nanofabrication and Self Assembly is nearing completion.

  • The U.S. Department of Agriculture has awarded Hellmuth, Obata + Kassabaum (HOK) of St.

  • The University of Missouri Columbia is building a new 124,000-nsf Life Sciences Center (LSC).

  • Northwestern University is developing Phase One of the Gladys & Arthur Pancoe Life Sciences Pavilion, a new 88,000-sf research facility housing the Center for Experimental Ani

  • Degussa Corp. recently broke ground on the 18,000-sf future headquarters of the company's fruit systems unit in Philadelphia.

  • Advancing California's Emerging Technologies (ACET), an Alameda incubator, will invest $6.44 million received from the Commerce Department in a new 35,000- to 40,000-sf office, lab

  • Web-Based Evaluation of Stanford Research Facility is a Benchmark Itself

    Conducted in the summer of 2001 at the facility's one-year anniversary, the post-occupancy evaluation of the Center for Clinical Sciences Research (CCSR) was a collaborative effort of the Stanford University School of Medicine's Office of Facilities and Planning Services (OFPS), Stanford's Office of Capital Planning & Management (CP&M), and Strategic Facilities Planning, an Atherton, Calif., firm specializing in programming and planning of facilities for science, health, and education.

  • Post-Occupancy Evaluation Finds Support for Open Labs, Shared Support

    Moving the walls out of a lab can help remove less tangible barriers between researchers. Sharing equipment space, while raising a few concerns about turf, does promote collaboration. And if you want to make building occupants really happy, let them open a window.

  • The proposed Assembly Square redevelopment project in Somerville will include approximately 2 million sf of R&D and office space, 1.8 million sf of residential space, 605,000 sf of retail, and

  •  Northwestern University began construction on the Robert H. Lurie Medical Research Center on its Chicago campus in March, 2002.


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