Research and Development
The Compound Semiconductor Applications Catapult opened the Catapult Innovation Centre in December of 2019 in Newport, Wales.
Gannon University is building the Institute for Health and Cyber Knowledge (I-HACK) in Erie, Pa.
- Academic Workplace Evolution: How Universities Are Rethinking Spaces for Faculty and Staff
- Using Data-Driven Design to Produce Research-Supported, Customized Client Solutions
- Five Space Planning Principles to Avoid the Inefficiencies of Research Program Turnover
- University of Michigan/Ford Robotics Building Designed for Research and Recruitment
- Designing Academic Research Facilities for the Fourth Industrial Revolution
- Combining Research, Medicine, and Athletics to Create New Translational Models
- LAB2050: Imagining the Lab of the Half Century
- First Engineering-Based Medical School Integrates Disciplines with an Eye to the Future
- Adding Manufacturing to a Pharmaceutical Research Lab
- Designing Diverse Learning Environments and Maker Spaces
Hobbs Brook Management is building a 500,000-sf research complex in Waltham, Mass. Designed by Gensler, the four-story development will offer sophisticated laboratories, Class A office space, dining amenities, and a fitness center.
The University of Strathclyde is renovating Wolfson Hall to house its department of biomedical engineering.
Emory Healthcare is building the 180,000-sf Emory Musculoskeletal Institute in Brookhaven, Ga. Part of the $1 billion Executive Park development, the facility will provide comprehensive orthopaedic services including spine care, physical therapy, imaging, and ambulatory surgery.
George Mason University is planning to build a digital innovation campus in Arlington, Va.
Fujifilm Diosynth Biotechnologies will begin construction in March of 2020 on the $55 million Gene Therapy Innovation Center in College Station, Texas.
The University of California, Davis has selected Wexford Science + Technology and GMH Capital Partners to develop the first phase of Aggie Square in Sacramento.
Stevens Institute of Technology opened the $68 million Gateway Academic Center in December of 2019 in Hoboken, N.J. Designed by WRT, the 89,500-sf teaching and research facility is comprised of two buildings connected by a glass skybridge.