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Located on the University of Arizona’s (UA) Phoenix Biomedical Campus, the 10-story, Biomedical Sciences Partnership Building (BSPB) serves a unique mission: enabling UA’s translational research scientists to collaborate with local healthcare providers and private companies to discover and develop new medical cures and treatments.

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Northern Kentucky University opened the $105 million Health Innovation Center in Highland Heights in September of 2018. Designed by CO Architects and GBBN Architects, the 108,179-sf interdisciplinary facility provides the College of Health Professions with advanced classrooms, laboratories, and offices.

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The Ernest E. Tschannen Science Complex at California State University, Sacramento, will feature a state-of-the-art, energy-efficient, light-filled science facility providing teaching and research laboratories for the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics. Targeting LEED Gold certification, the new five-story complex will provide indoor and outdoor student collaboration spaces and terraces, as well as teaching and research laboratories, learning studios, classrooms, a rooftop observatory and a 120-seat planetarium.

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To support its cutting-edge research in self-operated machines, the Center for Autonomous Systems & Technologies at California Institute of Technology is equipped with several groundbreaking capabilities that set it apart from other engineering research facilities.

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California State University, Sacramento’s new 96,631-sf Ernest E. Tschannen Science Complex recently had its ceremonial topping out event.

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CO’s Health Education Building for KUMC is “the poster child for the future of health-care education,” according to Architectural Digest.

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The recycled copper cladding of the Health Sciences Education Building on the Phoenix Biomedical Campus blends into the Southwestern landscape and acts as an innovative ‘sunscreen’ to mitigate extreme temperatures. Learn more about CO’s facade design strategies in Architizer’s latest feature.

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