Biosciences building opens at University of Minnesota

Dec. 1, 2009
Facility is part of planned $292 million expansion of Minneapolis campus
From The St. Paul Pioneer Press: The University of Minnesotaopens its new nearly $80 million biosciences building today on the Minneapolis campus. The 115,000-square-foot building will house university researchers studying Alzheimer's disease, the immune system and the brain. It's part of the first phase of the university's planned Biomedical Discovery District, a $292 million project that will add about 400,000-square feet of research space.

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