Empowering the Tulane School of Science and Engineering to generate new ideas and solutions in the fields of energy, health, and the environment

This building and the subsequent infrastructure and instrumentation improvements to Tulane's campus will:

  • Increase resources for undergraduate and graduate students
  • Help attract and retain the best faculty
  • Strengthen the School's capacity to generate innovative research that will lead to increases in tech transfer and local New Orleans business development
  • Expand Tulane's integrated science and engineering curriculum
A new teaching laboratory and 5 new research laboratories - with the capacity for 8 more - will enable faculty and students to discover and create innovative solutions to the world's most pressing problems. Some of the labs envisioned include:
    •  advanced catalytic processes, bio-inspired materials, cell and tissue engineering, composite materials, environmental technology, gene delivery, nanoscale engineering and self-assembly, novel drug delivery systems, and photo-induced processes.

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    Challenge Grant Progress

    We successfully raised $800,000 to fully fund the Challenge Grant, which meets construction costs for Floors 1 & 4.
    Stay tuned for exciting projects to be implemented in Floors 2 & 3!