Located on the Loyola campus in the Côtes-des-Neiges-Notre-Dame-de-Grâce borough, the project of the Applied Sciences Pole aims to increase the science pavilion at Concordia University. The complex hosts several multidisciplinary research centers, including the Center for Microscopy and Cellular Imaging, the Center for Biological Applications for Mass Spectrography, and the Center for Nanoscience Research.
This open and modern research and development space allows both the sustained growth of the establishment's research infrastructure and the addition of specialized laboratories for developing activities with high commercial and industrial potential, particularly in biomedicines and bioproducts, and nanomaterials. It also allows laboratory development projects to carry out industrial pre-production feasibility studies.
With a total area of 8700 m² spread over four floors and two basements, the mission of the "Science Hub" project promotes, among other things, the recruitment of graduate students, supports the capacity of researchers to finance their research activities, and consolidates infrastructure subsidies for advanced equipment.
8 700 m²
Concours international Architecture MasterPrize - Laureate, 2021
2020 Grands Prix du Design Silver Certification Category: Public Building / Higher Education & Research Building