The New Waddington Building for the School of Biological Sciences was handed over in March 2009.
The building, featuring lab and office space, is named after Conrad Hal Waddington, a former professor of animal genetics at the University, who is widely regarded as the forefather of systems biology.
Operations on site commenced in January 2008 and were completed in March 2009.
For further information on this project, please contact Cliff Barraclough.
This article was published on Dec 10, 2009