The University of Groningen is implementing several large construction projects.
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Campus Fryslân, housed in the former beursgebouw (trade centre, built in 1880) in the heart of, and in connection with the city of Leeuwarden.
The new High Performance Computing (HPC) data centre on the Grouwelerie road, Zernike Campus.
The most sustainable education building of the Netherlands, a top institute in which industry, education and academia join forces to work together on research and innovation in the field of energy.
Home to Nobel Prize Winners. A new building for the Faculty of Science and Engineering.
New biology research field station ‘De Herdershut’ (The Shepherd’s Hut) on Schiermonnikoog: modern and energy-efficient.
The North Entrance Healthy Ageing Campus is set to become a lively, sustainable and welcoming city square where teaching, research, culture, sports and recreation come together. The entire area is being developed in phases.
In 2023, the Faculty of Law will move into the former Public Library building at the Oude Boteringestraat 18.
In the Linnaeusborg building, work on the creation of extra chemical lab facilities for the ARC Chemical Building Blocks Consortium (ARC CBBC) and the Stratingh Institute for Chemistry (Stratingh Institute) is in full swing. The ventilation system is also undergoing a major upgrade.
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