The Chemical Sciences Project at the Australian National University comprises three interconnected elements. A major new three-level building contains generic wet laboratories and bespoke laboratories for Physical Chemistry and Biochemistry. The layout includes; laboratories, support spaces, write-up areas, and visually links research at the bench and the desk. A modular layout allows collaborative research groups to be clustered as research projects form and adapt.
ANU Colleges of Science – Chemical Science
|Location:||Canberra, ACT, Australia|
|Finishes:||Linished Matt Blueberry & Linished Matt Cosmos - AA25|
|Product:||Sapphire Anopanel 1.6mm Solid Al Sheet|
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