Collaborative and diverse research partnerships are on the rise, fueled by the promise of rapid discovery and shortened times to market and application. As a result, laboratory design is fast evolving to support collaborative teams working at the nexus of applied and basic research, encompassing the fields of biomedical engineering, robotics, surgery, tissue engineering, bioengineering sensors, big data, and imaging.
How can research environments support powerful models of organizational, cultural, and laboratory change? How is the next generation of scientists and engineers being trained to contribute to this new model of collaborative science?
Before Pittcon - the world’s leading annual conference and exposition on laboratory science - returns to Philadelphia in 2019, they’ve set out to answer these questions and more.
Join Pittcon and Wilson Architects’ Principal Chris Martin, AIA, LEED AP for lunch and a lecture on “The Lab of the Future: Designing Convergent Research Environments.”
Tickets are available for $10 with lunch included. Additionally, all event proceeds will benefit the PEAL Center, dedicated to the families of children with disabilities and special health care needs.