NEW YORK (GenomeWeb News) – The University of California, Berkeley has completed construction of and opened a new $133 million research building to house its energy and biofuel program and some of its bioengineering department, the university said yesterday.

Situated at the northwest side of the UC Berkeley campus, the 113,200 square-foot Energy Biosciences Building will house the Energy Biosciences Institute, including research labs, offices, learning spaces, shared instrumentation, meeting spaces and an auditorium.

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