The University of Houston wants to support undergraduate and graduate students by enhancing their hands-on experience. But what do you do if you don’t have enough labs?
The Multidisciplinary Research & Engineering Building (MREB) will be a free-standing facility, housing many key functions for both the Division of Research and the Cullen College of Engineering.
It’ll include proteomic, protemic, and engineering labs. There’ll be a high-field nuclear magnetic resonance spectrometer lab, a multi-dimensional imaging and computation training facility, a visualizing lab, and a server room for the computational center.
This new facility will give some immediate relief for other research labs on campus, and its open shell space will be located strategically to allow for future growth opportunities.