Florida Tech to Build $18M Health Sciences Research Center

Florida Tech to Build $18M Health Sciences Research Center

MELBOURNE, FLA. — Florida Institute of Technology will break ground in spring 2020 on a 61,000-square-foot Health Sciences Research Center that will help fill the growing demand for jobs in the biomedical and premedical science fields and allow students and faculty to conduct critical research in labs equipped with the latest cutting-edge technologies, from virtual-dissection tables to atomic force microscopes.

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