How will the next generation of scientists engage in the research process? Will tomorrow’s research lab look more like a tech start-up and less like the “wet lab”? Will new spatial models include innovation hubs, where basic experimentation, computer simulation, prototyping and interaction are accommodated in a single space?
Join NBBJ as experts from leading science institutions, private research companies and tech start-ups convene for a lively debate on how the research workplace will dramatically change in the era of computational science.
- Niraj Dangoria, Associate Dean, Facilities Planning & Management, Stanford University School of Medicine
- Frederick Marks, Visiting Scholar & Research Collaborator, Salk Institute for Biological Studies
- Greg Gehlen, Vice President Construction & Development, Alexandria Real Estate Equities, Inc.
- Andy Snyder (moderator), Science and Education Practice Leader & Principal, NBBJ
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