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UNT Health Science pumps 53,000-SF pulse into Fort WorthUNT Health Science pumps 53,000-SF pulse into Fort Worthhttps://www.recenter.tamu.edu/news/newstalk-texas/?Item=150182016-10-31T05:00:00Z2016-10-31T19:50:00Z

​​FORT WORTH - Ground has broken on a new research facility at the University of North Texas Health Science Center along Camp Bowie Blvd.—the first in 14 years.

Known as the Interdisciplinary Research and Education Building, the five-story facility will be home to the College of Pharmacy, the North Texas Eye Research Institute and the Institute for Molecular and Therapeutic Development.

About 53,000 sf will be for research or instructional laboratories and also include classrooms, study space, multimedia learning areas, a café, student lounge and administrative offices. 

Also in the facility will be a 3,000-sf Healthcare Innovations Lab that will include a medical clinic and learning center with interactive kiosks for visitors.

Initial plans call for a pharmacy, exam rooms, an instructional kitchen for healthy cooking classes and a blood lab.
Fort Worth Business Press
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