The University of Aberdeen plans to build a £35m Science Teaching Hub for teaching laboratories for students studying, chemistry and biomedical sciences.

The University has identified a site on its Old Aberdeen campus for the building – just off St Machar Drive near the Fraser Noble building, student Hub and Sir Duncan Rice Library.

An official public consultation has just got underway ahead of planning being submitted. If approved, it is hoped that the building will be available for teaching in 2021.

Professor Sir Ian Diamond, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of the University of Aberdeen said: “We are extremely excited about this new Science Teaching Hub and the benefits it will bring to our students.”

Source: Construction Enquirer

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