Biomedical

Cutting-edge discoveries increasingly arise at the intersection of traditional research methodologies in collaborative translational facilities.

Biomedical Chemistry Institute

New York University

Loft-style labs replace outdated classrooms in this inventive, right-sized facility.

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Brookhaven National Laboratory, photo credit: Rebecca Coles

It Takes a Team to Make it Clean

by Jeff Schantz

NYU Lab

The Tradeline article, “The Future of Research Facility Design,” compares today’s laboratory design environment with that of five years ago, while exploring trends that effect how institutions determine how and when to build and/or renovate laboratory spaces. EYP Science and Technology Sector Leader Jeffrey Schantz shares his expertise on research facility design, commenting on several trends including a notable shift toward convergence science, the increased need for flexible spaces, and incorporating sustainability to boost research labs’ return on investment.

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Featured Biomedical Projects

Hallway with views into lab

Center for Genomics & Systems Biology

New York University

Biomedical

A world-class interdisciplinary facility rises behind 100-year-old façades.

Entrance to The Jackson Laboratory

Research Expansion Program

The Jackson Laboratory

Biomedical

The new Genetic Resources Building expands JAX's capacity to develop and distribute important new models of human disease for research.

Exterior of Gen*NY*sis Center for Functional Genomics

Gen*NY*Sis Center for Functional Genomics

University at Albany

Biomedical

The flagship facility of the bioscience park collocates academic, industry, and government researchers.

Modernized interior of the Richards Labs

Richards Medical Research Laboratories

University of Pennsylvania Perelman School of Medicine

STEM

Contemporary interventions guided by careful analysis of the original design unlock the potential of an outdated facility.

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