Building on success
Seven levels of state-of-the-art equipment. That’s how our newest science research facility is being described.
An extension of building 4, the new facility will replace what was once University Hall and bring together existing and new research equipment. Interim Dean of the Faculty of Science William ‘Bill’ Gladstone says, “It will consolidate our expertise and high-end infrastructure in one physical location, rather than spread over the campus.
“What makes the facility unique,” he adds, “is that each of the floors is themed around particular scientific methods that can be applied across multiple disciplines and industries.
For example, there will be a floor committed to state-of-the-art analytical instrumentation allowing researchers to investigate a diverse range of contemporary issues across biological, environmental and forensic sciences.
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