Massachusetts Institute of Technology Brain & Cognitive Sciences Complex

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MIT's Brain and Cognitive Sciences Complex is a 414,000 square foot, eight-story project which now serves as the headquarters for the Department of Brain and Cognitive Sciences, the McGovern Institute for Brain Research, and the Picower Institute for Learning and Memory. It is a research building housing wet and dry laboratories as well as animal facilities to support biology, biochemistry, behavioral and cognitive research. The three entities that occupy the building share a common auditorium, café, seminar rooms and a five-story day-lit atrium with a cable stayed skylight bringing natural light deep within the building.  The building is clad in Portuguese limestone with large glass windows and curtainwall.

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