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The KU CMLD moved into its new space shortly following the completion of the third phase of construction on the Structural Biology Center on KU’s west campus in June 2008. This $20 million, 40,000 square-foot addition extends west from the existing SBC, adjacent to KU’s new Multidisciplinary Research Building (MRB). The addition boasts 20,854 square feet of net research space, which is occupied by the CMLD Center, the Specialized Chemistry Center,  KU's High Throughput Screening LaboratoryCOBRE CCET Synthesis lab, Prof. Aubé’s research group, and the University of Kansas Cancer Center Office of Therapeutics, Discovery and Development led by Dr. Scott Weir.
(link to KU's initial news release dated January 19, 2006)

Click on any of the images below to view its larger version; photographs are arranged in reverse chronological order.

November 12, 2007 (main entry to new SBC addition)
October 18, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC)
October 18, 2007 (ground level from entrance of MRB)
October 4, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC)
October 4, 2007 (ground level from entrance of MRB)
September 21, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC)
September 21, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)
August 28, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC)
August 28, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)
August 6, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC)
August 6, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)
July 11, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC; 
MRB now barely visible in background)
July 11, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)
June 14, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC;
MRB in background left)

June 14, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)

June 1, 2007 (northwest from behind existing SBC;
MRB in background left)

June 1, 2007 (southeast from MRB)

May 25, 2007 (panoramic view of new and existing SBC)
May 25, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)
April 20, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)
April 13, 2007 (east from upper level of MRB)
February 27, 2007 (ground level; existing SBC in background)

 


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