Yale's Sterling Chemistry Lab was recently renovated to create a space for the students of today. Those transformations were recently unveiled, and will allow chemistry, physics and biology students to work in a 159,000 square foot updated space.
Among the changes for the 93-year-old building are the addition of over 150 Protector ClassMate® Fume Hoods in the teaching chemistry lab spaces.
The building, seeking LEED Gold certification, went through a major overhaul to update everything from electrical to ventilation in order to provide a modern space for scientific discovery.
Find out more in the original YaleNews article, "Sterling Chemistry Lab reopens as a catalyst for cutting-edge science" by Jim Shelton.
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