Office of the Provost

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As part of the University’s focused commitment to cutting-edge research in the basic sciences, the Life Science Annex was developed as a $25.5 million expansion of the Clapp/Langley/Crawford (CLC) halls complex. The addition houses biological sciences laboratories, neuroscience research programs and support areas such as cold rooms, constant temperature rooms, computer areas and other auxiliary spaces. Here, for instance, faculty and students work together in new lab space to define the functional organization of neural circuits involved in the control of behavioral state and autonomic function.