A Bite of Queen's
The David Keir Building
Opened in 1959.
The David Keir Building is named after the eminent Vice-Chancellor Sir David Lindsay Keir (1895–1973). Opened in 1959, the construction of the building marked the beginning of a great expansion of the University following the Second World War.
This tour will give you an insight into the history of the building, introduce you to the world-class research that is conducted there, and offer a behind-the-scenes visit to the Queen's University Ionic Liquid Laboratories (QUILL) Research Centre and the Institute for Global Food Security.
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