Carnegie Institution for Science Singer Research Building

Baltimore, MD

Project Description

The Maxine F. Singer Research Building supports the partnership of Carnegie Institution of Washington (now known as the Carnegie Institution for Science) and Johns Hopkins University (JHU) – a collaboration which has existed for over a century. The 75,000-square-foot facility, located on JHU’s Homewood Campus, replaced the existing laboratory building from the early 1960s that previously contained the research activities of Carnegie Institution. The new building houses Carnegie Institution’s Department of Embryology and helps Carnegie maintain its role in the application of functional genomic methods to the study of cellular, molecular, and developmental biology.


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