Howard University, Interdisciplinary Research Building

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Howard University Interdisciplinary Research Building is an 80,000-square-foot facility, which supports both the core and collaborative functions of various research disciplines including development biology and stem cell research, natural product chemistry lab, atmospheric physics and climatology, immunology, and nanotechnology research. The LEED Gold certified building is designed and constructed to mitigate the projects site’s vibration and acoustical interference, as well as radio frequency and electromagnetic interferences (RFI/EMI), which present potential problems to nano-research undertakings.

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