Welcome to the new Chemistry Research Building

Posted: August 14th, 2017

Construction progresses on the Colorado State University Chemistry Research Building, July 21, 2017.

by Katie Courage

Colorado State University now has a state-of-the-art home dedicated to key, dynamic areas of chemistry research. The Chemistry Research Building, which opens Aug. 14, is a 60,000-square-foot, hood-intensive facility that houses 11 faculty labs, as well as dozens of researchers, graduate students and undergraduates.

Funded primarily by the state of Colorado, the $55.4 million building promises to bring new levels of innovation to the university, the region and the globe. “Our chemistry department continues to be at the forefront of discovery,” said Jan Nerger, dean of the College of Natural Sciences. “They have done so for many years, despite cramped and aging infrastructure. This new building provides the department room to grow and fosters research excellence in cutting-edge chemistry – scientific discoveries we haven’t yet even imagined.”

We are excited to see the new home for discovery at CSU!

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