Microbiology Research Facility


The final building of the University of Minnesota’s $292 million Biomedical Discovery District was made possible with the approval of a bond issue for the 80,000-square-foot $63 million Microbiology Research Facility. The new facility includes labs, offices, collaborative “hotel” work areas and support spaces for the study of infectious diseases and the ­development of new drugs and vaccines. It houses the university’s Department of Microbiology as well as faculty from many other disciplines, colleges and schools within its Academic Health Center.

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