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Dental Science Building UNC School of Dentistry

The new five-story, 216,000-square-foot Dental Sciences Building will include academic, research, pre-clinical and administrative spaces. Two existing buildings have been demolished at the site and renovations to three existing buildings are taking place during construction of the new facility. Project: … Continue reading

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Placemaking builds social environment from intellectual one

“It’s more about creating a cultural, social and intellectual space on campus now than it is about building a book repository,” said Steven J. Bell, an associate university librarian at Temple University who writes the blog “Designing Better Libraries” and … Continue reading

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NCCU Adds Biomanufacturing Research

North Carolina Central University (NCCU) has created the Biomanufacturing Research Institute and Technology Enterprise (BRITE) specifically to train the next generation of biotechnology scientists and expand North Carolina’s already booming biotech industry. The program began in 2006 when NCCU, along … Continue reading

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Another 700 acres in one fell swoop

The Chapel Hill Town Council approved a new zoning district for more than 600 acres, a 20-year development agreement for 133 acres, and 3 million square feet of buildings for the University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill North Campus. … Continue reading

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