No brainer: Carleton neuroscientists say plans to move department will disrupt delicate research

Carleton University neuroscience researchers say getting a new building for their rapidly-expanding department will be good. But they’re not so thrilled about the tight timelines demanding that they vacate their current premises by March 1, then move back to campus next fall. Along with their mice. Some of the lab equipment that is to be moved in the two-step process is so fragile it takes months of preparation to move it. But it’s the mice that have researchers more concerned. On Nov. 11, the researchers found out they would be moving to a new $45 million new building next fall. But it was only last week that they learned they would be moved to University of Ottawa labs near the General campus of the Ottawa Hospital while their own building was…


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