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Structurally Sound

It contains the largest magnet in Kansas and huge libraries but very few books. It contains lots of students but no actual classrooms. Parts of it are "old" and parts of it are brand new. Give up?

The answer to the riddle is KU's Structural Biology Center, known as SBC, located on west campus at the center of an emerging biosciences research complex. The first two segments of the building were completed in 2004. Two new wings, under construction since 2006, will be dedicated at a special Homecoming Week ceremony at 3:30 p.m. Oct. 23. A public open house will follow. Full Story »

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