Liverpool John Moores University - New science block gets go-ahead

April 3, 2008

A new £20 million building to accommodate science facilities at Liverpool John Moores University has been given the go-ahead by planners. The building represents the first phase of a ten-year plan to improve the university's city campus and will house the School of Sport and Exercise Science and the School of Psychology. Michael Brown, the vice-chancellor, said: "The laboratories and advanced facilities in this new building will enable us to take our science research, particularly in the area of sport and exercise sciences, in new and exciting directions. We are also striving to become the university whose graduates are most valued by employers, but in order to have fit-for-purpose graduates you need fit-for-purpose buildings."

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