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January 11th, 2005

Ekstrom expands

Abstract:
The most costly addition to the University of Louisville’s Belknap Campus, at $44 million, the Belknap Research Building has been under construction since May 2003 and will finish in February 2006. The 106,000-square-foot facility will house researchers from several of the university’s undergraduate and graduate programs.

“Upon completion, the building will be used for multidisciplinary research, including nanotechnology, biomechanics, bioengineering and theoretical and applied physics, accommodating approximately 40 research scientists with different specialties.”

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