KEIR/ASHBY SITE

CREATING 21ST CENTURY FACILITIES FOR COMPUTER SCIENCE

Bernard Crossland

The expansion of Computer Science is an institutional priority for the University and is closely aligned with the priorities set out in the Northern Ireland Programme for Government 2011 – 2015, the Department for Employment and Learning’s Higher Education and Skills Strategies ‘Success through Skills –Transforming Futures’ and ‘Success Through STEM’.

The major redevelopment of the Bernard Crossland Building (BCB) will create a high-quality transparent building that establishes a discrete identity for Computer Science, integrating both teaching and research; and delivering a stimulating environment for staff and students.

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NEW SCHOOL OF BIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

bio-sci

The former Science Library site is to be redeveloped as a new teaching and research building for the School of Biological Sciences.

The project will consolidate the School’s accommodation which is currently dispersed across two sites, with the Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) in the David Keir Building and the Northern Ireland Technology Centre, and further research and teaching space located throughout the Medical Biology Centre.

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