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Stanford – Shriram Center for Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering

Photographer: Tim Maloney

The Shriram Center for Bioengineering & Chemical Engineering is the fourth and final building for the Science and Engineering Quad (SEQ) on the main campus of Stanford University.

The 208,000 square foot, five-floor Shriram Center provides a home for both the Dept. of Bioengineering and the Dept. of Chemical Engineering, which were previously dispersed among several locations on campus. The building houses 34 custom-tailored research labs; an undergraduate teaching floor with five teaching labs (biology, chemistry, tissue culture, optics and senior design); a small animal vivarium for rodents, fish and birds; office spaces for 450 graduate students and 34 faculty; departmental administration centers; a lecture hall; staffed cost center labs; and a host of other amenities designed to facilitate social and academic interactions.

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208,000 square feet
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