Construction work has now begun on the new H2o designed “Science Research Building” at University of Technology Sydney. The facility, due to be completed in 2020, is a response to the increasing demand for research space in the heart of the campus and provides an additional “seven levels of cutting-edge labs and facilities”.
From Professor Dianne Jolley, Dean of the Faculty of Science, “The Science Research Building will be a high-profile research space that consolidates the research infrastructure of the Faculty of Science and facilitates integrated and collaborative research across the Science disciplines, and with other disciplines from across UTS.. The vision for the Advanced Analytics Lab is to be Australia’s leading accessible analytical chemistry research facility for academia, industry partners, small and medium enterprises, and end-users. The Lab will produce highly trained specialist mass spectrometry scientists for the pharmaceutical, biological, clinical, food and environmental industries.”
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