Collaboration Key Part of Design of New Hawaii Medical Research Facilities | GenomeWeb

HONOLULU, Hawaii - When the new research facility of the University of Hawaii's John A.  Burns Medical School opens in September, there won't be a sign at the front entrance that says 'collaborate,' but that concept will be in the very foundation of the 200,000 square-foot-building.

 

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