Would you be interested in drawing top funded researchers to your exhibit booth at the next UCSD Biotechnology Vendor Showcase™ event?Read More
When thinking of the ocean, an image of a sunset on a sandy beach usually comes to mind. One certainly doesn’t imagine the hundreds of thousands of microbes that inhabit every square inch, or that at a microscopic level it is a very different image.Read More
On the UCSD Scripps Institute of Oceanography (SIO) campus, an eco-modern 125,000sf science lab building is nearing completion and will have its grand opening in March 2012. The Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SFSC) building project is also referred to as the La Jolla Laboratory Replacement Project because the previous building became unstable on the rocky coast several years ago during heavy storms and had to be closed down. The $56M new building project is being managed and financed by the federal National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and will be home to 250-300 researchers. In concert with a second $26M science lab building across the street that just broke ground (read below), SIO is strongly positioned to remain one of the world’s elite marine institutions and a major federal research outpost.
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