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Crick to build “Skylab” to create space for scientific partnerships

A two-storey laboratory will be built this year on the Crick's roof, creating scientific accommodation that will be leased to organisations with complimentary capabilities
10 Mar 2023
Written by Katherine Denyer
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Architect's illustration of the Skylab
Architect's illustration of the Skylab

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