By now, visitors to the Jubilee Campus may have noticed that the construction work on the GlaxoSmithKline Carbon Neutral Laboratory on Triumph Road has been completed.
While our scientists are still in the process of moving in to the new lab, Professor Peter Licence, lead academic for the building, would like to give staff at the University the opportunity to come and see this fantastic development in all its glory before the scientific work really starts.
As well as a tour, staff will also have the opportunity to view a series of commissioned fine art installations that are currently on display inside the building. The art commissions were sought to celebrate the contribution of the fine art community within the University while marking the reconstruction of the lab.
The exhibition, which has been put together by students and alumni of the University, is inspired by the material destruction and associated emotional impact of the fire on those close to its construction.
If you would be interested in a viewing of the lab, there will be tours taking place on a Wednesday and Thursday afternoon at 2-3pm and 3-4pm, during every week in July.
If you are interested in going on a tour, please email email@example.com – with your preferred date and time slot (in July only).
Please allow approx. one hour for the viewing.
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