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New ChEM-H building approved, to begin construction during summer of 2016

Earlier this month, the Board of Trustees approved the construction of a $254 million building to house Stanford’s Chemistry, Engineering and Medicine for Human Health (ChEM-H) and Neurosciences Institutes (SNI). Expected to be complete by summer of 2018, the building will be located on West Campus at the site currently occupied by the Cardinal Cogeneration Plant.

Hybrid Vigor

If there’s one thing I love and hate about biology, it’s that it is so very complicated. One of the things that makes it so complicated is sex. In this case, I’m thinking of the fact that sex likely evolved because, sometimes, it’s better when things are complicated.