Cornell Announces $54M from NSF for New CHESS Subfacility

The Cornell High Energy Synchrotron Source, more commonly known as CHESS, entered a new era April 1. A national research facility that...  More

Ensure Your Campus Labs Are Safe

Headlines involving laboratory safety issues are not making the national news agencies, so the general population as well as laboratory...  More

From DNA to DRAMA: Science and Arts at Princeton’s STEAM Camp

The Pace Center for Civic Engagement makes service and civic engagement part of the Princeton student experience and helps students learn...  More

Ingenuity on Display: The Clinic Program at Harvey Mudd College

In 1963, Jack Alford and Mack Gilkeson, engineering professors at Harvey Mudd College, were watching a homecoming parade. While marveling...  More

Belhaven University’s Historic Building Transforms Into Top Science Facility

Belhaven University in Jackson, Mississippi, turned what could have been a great loss into a renewal of the sciences. A few years ago,...  More

Creating More Sustainable Research Labs

On a per square foot basis, research labs can require five times more energy to operate than classrooms and office spaces. That’s a lot...  More

$250 Million Fundraising Goal Helps Nova Change Face of Health Education

Nova Southeastern University (NSU) is one step closer to fulfilling its vision to be the South Florida destination for health care...  More

Multidisciplinary Building for Problem-Based Science

Research and, more recently, teaching approaches to science are increasingly problem focused, not discipline focused. This means that...  More

Adding Value to Your Science Building

You rarely have a chance to build a new science buildling, so it is important to value-enineer before you begin, but not through the...  More

O and M Savings from Lab Utilities

Campus laboratories are equipment intensive, water intensive and energy intensive. It follows, then, that they are also expensive to...  More