Accelerating scientific discovery

Temple University

Home to seven research centers and institutes, LEED Gold Science Education and Research Center (SERC) is designed to spark collaborative, cross-discipline discovery. Its seven research centers and institutes contain 52 research labs and 16 teaching labs. SERC researchers utilize both lab resources and computational science infrastructure to support their investigations and accelerate lab-to-marketplace breakthroughs.
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Scientists and students from different fields working side by side in one large building accelerates collaborative research. There is no substitute for proximity

Michael L. Klein, Dean of the College of Science and Technology, Temple University, and director of the Institute for Computational Molecular Science

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A two-story atrium at the main entrance is a bustling gateway to SERC and serves as a flexible meeting, conference, exhibit, and informal gathering space.

The SERC is setting a new standard for university facilities by including both traditional and futuristic resources for research, learning and teaching.

Research and Discovery Report, Temple University

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linear feet of exterior sunshades lower the cost of heating and cooling and keep the sun’s heat out of the building’s labs

Photography: Halkin | Mason Photography 

Project
Science Education and Research Center (SERC) at Temple University
Location
Philadelphia, PA
Size
260,000 SF
Awards
LEED Gold

Accelerating scientific discovery

Temple University

Project
Science Education and Research Center (SERC) at Temple University
Location
Philadelphia, PA
Size
260,000 SF
Awards
LEED Gold
Home to seven research centers and institutes, LEED Gold Science Education and Research Center (SERC) is designed to spark collaborative, cross-discipline discovery. Its seven research centers and institutes contain 52 research labs and 16 teaching labs. SERC researchers utilize both lab resources and computational science infrastructure to support their investigations and accelerate lab-to-marketplace breakthroughs.
Presentation Mode

Scientists and students from different fields working side by side in one large building accelerates collaborative research. There is no substitute for proximity

Michael L. Klein, Dean of the College of Science and Technology, Temple University, and director of the Institute for Computational Molecular Science

Image
ARC_Temple ERC_Halkin-Mason Photography.jpg

A two-story atrium at the main entrance is a bustling gateway to SERC and serves as a flexible meeting, conference, exhibit, and informal gathering space.

The SERC is setting a new standard for university facilities by including both traditional and futuristic resources for research, learning and teaching.

Research and Discovery Report, Temple University

Image
ARCSERC04_A.jpg

1,900

linear feet of exterior sunshades lower the cost of heating and cooling and keep the sun’s heat out of the building’s labs

Photography: Halkin | Mason Photography 

Accelerating scientific discovery / Temple University
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