Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics
Set out over four-storeys and incorporating 6000m2 of teaching and laboratory space, the new STEM building will allow the University to build on its already strong STEM offering. This will include a range of new science courses including Nutrition, Biochemistry, Chemistry and Mechanical Engineering.
It will also include a new Science and Engineering Outreach Centre to promote the value of science and engineering to local schools and the wider Bedfordshire community.
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Bedfordshire’s new STEM building ‘tops out’
The University of Bedfordshire’s campus transformation took a leap forward (Thursday 19 July), with the ‘topping out’ of a new £40m building devoted to science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM).
Vice Chancellor Bill Rammell together with representatives from the contractor RG Carter, the architects MCW, and engineering firm AECOM, travelled to the top of the new four-storey building to add the final bolt to the roof of the new building.
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