Students get new £4.4m labs
Lancaster University has invested £4.4 million on two new laboratories for students.
The building will be shared between the Lancaster Environment Centre and the Biological Life Sciences department at Lancaster University.
The laboratories will be used mainly for undergraduate teaching and project work, with some masters level work also taking place there.
The building, designed by architects ADP (Manchester) and being built by Harry Fairclough Construction, is due to be completed by the end of January 2015.