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Laboratory-Intensive Campus Developments in Europe

Wednesday, September 17

Multiple factors such as business practices, energy costs, and regulations make laboratory operations in Europe different from those in North America. This symposium explored the green programs, buildings, and other environmental practices in Europe through presentations from architects, construction and design directors, and leaders in research regarding the development of facilities in Germany, the United Kingdom, and Switzerland. Upon conclusion of the presentations, the speakers were joined by several executives of multinational companies that have operations in both Europe and North America for a panel discussion of similarities and differences between the two continents. This symposium provided unique insight for professionals interested in learning new practices and/or building or developing a presence in Europe.

Moderator: Peter James, Higher Education Environmental Performance Improvement (HEEPI) Initiative

Panel Presentations
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Second Nature: Green Programs, Green Places, and the Landscape of Science
Stevens Williams
, Flad Architects

A Campus of Knowledge and Innovation
Reto Naef
, Novartis Pharmaceuticals

The United Kingdom's Health Protection Agency Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response
Peter Jackson, Centre for Emergency Preparedness and Response

Campus-Berlin Buch—77 Years of Research in the North of Berlin
Ralf Streckwall, The Max Delbrueck Center for Molecular Medicine Berlin-Buch Helmoltz Association of National Research Centers

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