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In January 2009, Brandeis opened a $154 million science complex, the Carl J. Shapiro Science Center. The facility houses 175,000 square feet of laboratory and instructional space as well as a science commons, seminar rooms, and conference space.

The Shapiro Science Center is designed to further enhance the university’s leadership in the natural sciences and emerging areas of interdisciplinary research [architectural rendering right].

All eight members of the National Center for Behavioral Genomics are housed on two of the three research floors in the Carl J. Shapiro Science Center.

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