McGill University Life Sciences Complex in Montreal PDF Print Email
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Tuesday, 05 May 2009 02:16

McGill University Life Sciences Complex by Diamond+Schmitt Architects Inc. and Provencher Roy+Associés architectes
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The primary function of the McGill University Life Sciences Complex is research in cancer and biomedicine. This includes five key components: chemical biology, complex traits, developmental biology, cell information systems and cancer research. The Complex integrates the new facilities, the Francesco Bellini Life Sciences Building and the Cancer Research Building, as well as the existing McIntyre Medical Sciences and Stewart Biological Sciences buildings.

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