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Texas A&M begins lab design

A $6.6 million gift of 200 acres in Bryan, Texas, has allowed the Texas A&M to begin designing a new health science center campus, including a biomedical research building.

Plans for the first phase of the new health science

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A $6.6 million gift of 200 acres in Bryan, Texas, has allowed the Texas A&M to begin designing a new health science center campus, including a biomedical research building.

Plans for the first phase of the new health science center campus will be complete by this summer. The plan is expected to outline a vision for a biomedical research building, simulation center and education facility.

The three buildings amount to a $128 million investment, center president Nancy Dickey said. The buildings aren't expected to be complete until late 2010 or early 2011.
TheEagle.com