A landmark development for engineering and physical sciences, and the largest single project the university has undertaken since the 1960s.
BIOS, Teesside University
BIOS is a new state-of-the-art facility supporting the University’s School of Health and Life Sciences, providing new teaching labs, a new super lab, research and clinical skills space.
Higher Education - North East
At the heart of the campus, the new facility offers high-quality, leading-edge laboratories for the sciences and clinical subjects including anatomy, pharmacy, microbiology, chemistry, Earth sciences and food sciences.
The new 4-storey building includes digital anatomy facilities, an oral health research laboratory, a replica operating theatre and a fully immersive simulation suite.
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The new building is on a highly constrained city centre campus, located between two gateway buildings to the University.
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