New Rockefeller University Science Research Laboratory Opens
Rockefeller University recently opened the doors to a new university science research laboratory facility. The $500 Million space will house 460 scientists. The purpose of the 125,000 square foot complex is to add updated university science research laboratory space, as well as encourage collaborations between neighboring researchers. One of the most active and progressive institutions in the nation, Rockefeller University boasts a history of 23 Nobel Prize Recipients and has a worldwide reputation for excellence in medical research.
For those interested in the specifics of the newest building initiative on the Rockefeller campus, this video clip generated by Rockefeller University spotlights the construction and utility of the newest research facility on campus.
New university science research building construction at Rockefeller.
At the March 24, 2011 BioResearch Product Faire™ Event at Rockefeller University you can meet face-to-face with life science researchers at one of the most prestigious life and medical science research universities in the nation. For more information including detailed research and funding stats for this and other university science research events, please visit: www.biotech-calendar.com