The Innovative Technologies Complex is home to the Biotechnology Building.
Gerald Sonnenfeld, vice president for research, stands in a hallway of the Biotechnology Building.
Stephen Gilje, associate vice president for research, stands in one of the Biotechnology Building’s signature flexible labs.
Flexible laboratories are designed with as much of the infrastructure as possible — plumbing, electricity and HVAC — in the ceilings.
Flexible laboratories are furnished with lab benches that can be moved with a motorized hand-truck.
Karin Sauer, associate professor of biology, is one of several biofilms researchers who have laboratories in the Biotechnology Building.
The Clinical Science and Engineering Research Center is a resource for Binghamton University faculty members interested in undertaking clinical studies.
Companies that occupy the Start-Up Suite must have their roots in technology developed at the University.
Work continues on a new $66 million Engineering and Science Building at the Innovative Technologies Complex.
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