University of Massachusetts Boston Integrated Sciences Complex is featured in the Boston Globe

Designed by Goody Clancy, the new 225,000 square-feet Integrated Sciences Complex at the University of Massachusetts, Boston, houses sophisticated research space for biology, chemistry, physics, environmental science and psychology, as well as teaching labs for undergraduate biology. Capitalizing on the area’s pool of talent in the innovation and research sector, the ISC highlights the University’s and the Commonwealth’s commitment to supporting cutting-edge research and science teaching. Opening for the Spring 2015 semester, it is the first new academic building to be constructed on campus since 1974. For more information click, here.