As science becomes more technological and hands-on, programs are adapting and changing to meet these new requirements. But budgets are tight and it’s not always cost-effective to build dedicated laboratories. Collaborating and sharing space is the solution. In this way, schools can redesign labs that can be used for many functions and experiences including research, teaching or even classroom environments for non-science courses or presentations. The importance of flexible ...

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