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James H. Clark Center

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James H. Clark Center

A view of the Clark Center at night

The James H. Clark Center (also abbreviated to the Clark Center) at Stanford University is a building, completed in 2003, that houses interdisciplinary research in the biological sciences.


The building was designed by Foster and Partners in collaboration with MBT Architecture,[1] and was funded by donations from James H. Clark and Atlantic Philanthropies.[1]


The Clark Center is home to Stanford's Bio-X Program, which seeks to encourage researchers in the biological sciences to interact with researchers in other fields.

See also


  1. ^ a b Bio-X's page on the Clark Center

External links

  • Bio-X site
  • Clark Center page

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