What makes for a good lab? Obviously the principle investigator and members of the team are important. So too, of course, are the correct services and environmental conditions. But there is another aspect, less quantifiable but of great importance. It's the ability of a laboratory to maximize the possibilities for scientific interaction. Having spent many years as an architect designing laboratories, here I give my views on designing successfully for interaction.
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