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March 17, 2010
Science Buildings: Good, Bad, and Weird
The entries I've done on the "open-plan" Biochemistry building at Oxford (see also Jim Hu) generated a lot of comments from people who've worked in poorly designed science facilities. I've heard from Linda Wang, a reporter at C&E News, who's writing article on this very subject. She's looking for chemists who are willing to talk about both good and bad experiences working in various building designs, so if you fit that description, feel free to email her at l_wang-at-acs.org (email address de-spammified, just substitute the usual symbol) or give her a call at 202-872-4579.
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