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A Bold Experiment Pays Off: The Clark Center at 10 Years
Can a building, by virtue of its design and location, really help cultivate scientific breakthroughs?
October 2013 marked the 10th anniversary of the pioneering James H. Clark Center for Biomedical Engineering and Sciences, home to Stanford Bio-X, a hub for interdisciplinary life sciences innovation. Designed to promote collaboration among faculty in the sciences, engineering, and medicine, the Clark Center houses 45 laboratories and hundreds of researchers spanning dozens of fields. Watch this video to learn more.
The building was made possible by a lead gift from former Stanford professor and Silicon Valley entrepreneur Jim Clark, and by significant support from The Atlantic Philanthropies and other generous donors. Clark pledged an additional $60 million at the anniversary celebration (read full story here).