Wednesday 17 February 2021
Imperial College London’s new Molecular Sciences Research Hub
‘We definitely learned a lot about flexibility and we think that in this building it worked as an agile, adaptable and flexible building’, he said.
With 57% of their grants being collaborations, that meant they needed to be interacting with people from outside the chemistry department all the time, he added. ‘They wanted to create different collaborations and promote their own activities, and the building will help do that’, he said.
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