Stem Cell Instrumentation Foundry

The Stem Cell Instrumentation Foundry (SCIF) Project renovated a portion of the ground floor of Science and Engineering 1 into a research facility for stem cells. 

SCIF is housed in a facility which includes Class 1000 and 100 clean rooms for micro/nano fabrication, facilities for human and mouse stem cell culture, quantitative cell imaging, and workstations.  Located on the ground floor of Science and Engineering 1, the facility provides pedestrians with a view of research activity. 

Project Details

Construction Cost: $4.3 million
Completion Date: 2011
Size: 5,400 ASF
Campus Architect: Thomas Lollini, FAIA
Project Director: Michael Chow
Construction Manager: Gary Knox
Architect: GL Planning and Design