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The delegation visits the School's animal holding facilities and core laboratories
 
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Visit to School of Biomedical Sciences

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A working group comprising representatives from the Hospital Authority and Architectural Services Department of the SAR Government visited the School of Biomedical Sciences (SBS) on 30 April to learn more about the design of the Lo Kwee-Seong Integrated Biomedical Sciences Building (LIBSB), so as to prepare themselves in handling the building project of the Centre of Excellence in Paediatrics proposed to be located at Kai Tak.

During the visit, Prof. Chan Wai-Yee, director of the SBS, gave a brief introduction on the overall design and planning process of the LIBSB. In the guided tour to the core laboratories, a typical theme-based research floor with open and modular lab setting and breakout area as well as animal holding facilities, the guests were further briefed on the spatial relationship among the various set-ups and components of these infrastructures and on the many essential parameters needed to be taken into account during the planning stage such as lighting, air change, negative pressurization, exhaust air ducts, delivery and caging for lab animals with sterilization and washing devices, etc.

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