Trend in scientific architecture supports collaborative effort

05/11/2004 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

Frank Gehry's new MIT science building, which opened last week, highlights a trend in modern architecture away from the boxy scientific laboratories of the past and toward more innovative use of space and design. Much of the new thought about design for science is that architects can help scientific collaboration by promoting the free flow of communication.

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