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For today’s #ARUplaces we’re looking towards the future; to the Science Centre currently under construction on our Cambridge campus. This Life Sciences Centre will incorporate a 300-seat lecture theatre adapted for science, a 200-seat laboratory providing flexible teaching space and a 'super-laboratory' with capacity for 220, representing a new way of teaching science with a number of classes across multiple disciplines being taught in the same space at the same time. This building project has an eye on environmental concern with a considered approach to transport, sustaining the surrounding ecology and reducing pollution as part of the planning process. Our new Energy Centre will help make a total carbon saving of over 30% by using gas more efficiently and generating our own electricity. Read more here:
Science centre - Anglia Ruskin University

In 2009 a development masterplan was approved for our East Road site in Cambridge. The aim was to enhance and replace outdated and substandard facilities and if possible to rationalise any fragmented departmental accommodation.