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Graduate students have numerous teaching and research facilities available that are based in the different life science units across campus. In addition, readily accessible off-campus facilities, field study sites, and affiliated organizations enrich the unique resources for life science research at the UA.
In 2007, 30 of BIO5's 140+ faculty members moved into the new Thomas W. Keating (TWK) Bioresearch Building, which provides critical lab and office space for faculty and the 300+ researchers associated with their labs - 40 percent of whom are students. The building also provides a forum for the public to participate in educational programs, workshops/seminars, and interactive exhibits designed to enhance public interest in and awareness of issues in the biosciences. The planned events draw visitors from around the state and the world, including researchers, bioscience industry leaders, local and state politicians, teachers, and students. The new BIO5 building is a center for science education and research that both involves and benefits the Arizona community. [Read entire story]