New Micron Center Highlighted in Boise State News

The new Micron Center for Materials Science and Engineering has expanded Boise State’s ability to perform world-class materials research and development. A recent article in Boise State News explores how the new campus building, designed by Anderson Mason Dale Architects in association with Hummel Architects, has provided students and faculty with a world-class facility and resources that further the university’s reputation as a leader in the areas of material science, biological sciences, and nanotechnology.

For the full article, click here.

The building provides research laboratories and spaces, state-of-the-art learning environments, a 250-seat lecture hall, two large classrooms, offices and work spaces for faculty members, staff and graduate students advancing materials education and research at Boise State.

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