Wright State University is close to finishing the $37 million Neuroscience Engineering Collaboration building it hopes will bring its research into a new era.
The building, on the school’s main campus, will host a grand opening next month, with construction expected to be complete in June. For the school, the building marks an all-new space focused on research work. It’s a part of a growing partnership between Wright State and other major health care groups, including Premier Health, Dayton Children’s Hospital and the 711th Human Performance Wing at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.
“This building will be flexible and functionally suited,” said Robert Fyffe, vice president of research at the school.
Read the article from the Dayton Business Journal.