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Outside the box

Does innovative lab architecture lead to more innovative science?

By Peter Dizikes
May 9, 2004

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SCIENCE IS A dizzyingly diverse enterprise. The buildings that house scientists, however, have long been numbingly uniform. Picture a laboratory. You are probably envisioning one of the regular, modern, rectangular boxes plunked down on university campuses and research parks across America since World War II. (Full Article: 2021 Words)

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