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Institute for Molecular Science by Lyons Architects

Published May 16, 2013

The La Trobe University Institute for Molecular Science is a research centre designed by Lyons Architects as a world-class facility for molecular science, biotechnology and nanotechnology research, teaching and learning.

“The new $55m, 6 storey building will provide approximately 2700m² of learning space – including wet and dry labs – on the lower three levels, and 18 research labs on the upper floors.”

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