Keele University’s exciting new development which will see a significant expansion of the Huxley Building, home to their School of Life Sciences.
These new multi-user teaching and research laboratories will provide world class facilities for the students and enable the University to meet the growing demand in applications to study life sciences subjects.
The 1500m2 development, due for completion in early 2017, will provide state-of-the-art teaching space for 120 students and underpin Keele’s ambitions to expand its research in the areas of neuroscience, cell and molecular medicine, applied entomology and parasitology and will build on our research-informed teaching.
Keele’s success in securing a share of HEFCE’s funding for capital projects for the teaching of science, technology, engineering and maths (STEM), has provided a substantial part-fund of this £10.1m investment which will ensure that Keele’s graduates continue to be at the forefront of their field.
Aspect Construction Ltd
“We look forward to supporting the University with its ambition to expand its research in areas of STEM. This scheme will offer world class facilities and we are excited about our role in delivering them”