The sixth floor of 225 Dyer St. has been outfitted with much-needed life sciences lab space to welcome Brown University researchers and encourage innovation and collaboration.

Members of the lab Associate Professor of Biology Gerwald Jogl moved into their new lab space on the sixth floor of 225 Dyer St.


The incubators and centrifuges are plugged in. Refrigerators are humming. Beakers, scales and microscopes have been unpacked. And 31,000 square feet of new Brown University life sciences lab space in the Point 225 building in Providence is ready for use.

Over the past year, Brown and Wexford Science & Technology have transformed the sixth floor of 225 Dyer St. into research space designed for individual and team discovery. The new labs are located near the University’s Warren Alpert Medical School and Laboratories for Molecular Medicine as well as the site of Brown’s planned integrated life sciences building, an ambitious work in progress that will house researchers in biology, medicine, brain science, bioengineering, public health and other life sciences disciplines.

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