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Poster Session

Some of the world's most innovative architects and engineers showcased their sustainable laboratory designs at this year's Labs21 Poster Session. Groundbreaking design plans, benchmarking analyses, and case studies were on display for all attendees to explore.

To view available abstracts:
Click on the title of the presentation to view the abstract. Note: We have only posted abstracts for authors that gave us permission to do so.

Be sure to view the conference agenda for a complete list of this year's conference activities and sessions.

Labs21 2006 Poster Session

Presenters will be available throughout the conference to answer questions.

Cal-(IT)2: Researching the Future of the Internet
Susan Clark, NBBJ

Post-occupancy Evaluation of Advanced Materials Research Laboratory (AMRL)
Nathan Corser and David Groseclose, IDC Architects

Best Practices for Designing Energy-Efficient Laboratory Ventilation and Control Systems
Woody Dickinson, TSI Incorporated

University of Texas M.D. Anderson Cancer Center - South Campus Research Complex
Vic Gelsomino, AIA, and Kristin Kautz, P&W Architects, LLP

Abbotsford CL3 Laboratory - The Challenge of Adding and Integrating a New CL3 Laboratory into an Existing Diagnostic Laboratory Facility
R.A. (Bob) Henry, RPT (Eng), and Wilfred Lach, Stantec Consulting Ltd.

Stoffer Hall: An Undergraduate Teaching Laboratory at Washburn University
Punit Jain, Cannon Design

Designing a Sustainable Science Community
Bob Pahl, AIA, LEED AP, Tsoi/Kobus & Associates, Inc.
Deb Robertson, Clark University

Grand Bay National Estuarine Research Reserve - Sustainability Meets Passive Survivability on the Gulf Coast
Jim Nicolow, AIA, LEED AP, Lord, Aeck & Sargent

Testing the Hood Test - What Works, What Does Not
Andrew Sinnamon, Mott Manufacturing Limited

Sustainable Strategies: From Building Organization to Detail - IMM University of Texas Medical Center, Houston
Mark Shapiro, BNIM Architects

Planning for Sustainable Design
Ernie Staley, IDC Architects

A "Green" Design for Princeton's New Chemistry Building: A Whole-Building Approach to Low Energy, High-Performance Design
Eileen Zerba and Tim Cheston, Princeton University

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