Construction commences on Carleton University’s…

Carleton University has started building a new $52-million health sciences building. The university announced on Dec. 14 that construction work has begun on the seven-storey structure that will house academic facilities on campus for both the health sciences and neuroscience departments.  “The new health sciences building will be a great addition to our campus as we continue to provide the best research facilities possible for our researchers and our students,” said Roseann O’Reilly Runte, the university’s president. “The building will house lab-intensive programs which will be accommodated with large, open labs – rather than small rooms.” Once built, the building will accommodate the school’s growing health sciences and neuroscience programs and will have “the latest technology in high-quality teaching labs.” The large new labs will have an open concept and…


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