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The College has a continuously evolving but strategically-focused estates development approach, systematically co-located groups according to research themes, rather than departmental alliance, and in new or refurbished high quality space to enhance research productivity.
The Institute of Biomedical Research (IBR), a £30m JIF-funded facility opened in 2004 which houses laboratory-based research groups including the MRC Centre for Immune Regulation. It includes a technology hub, state of the art imaging and laboratories for Category 3 microorganisms. Since 2008 the IBR has been extended into contiguous, high quality space in the Medical School. This substantial investment has increased our basic science laboratory space by 3000m2 and allowed us to co-localise research groups working on DNA repair and epigenetics and various aspects of tissue repair and regeneration.