Packed with high-tech tools, the Lewis Integrative Science Building boasts a forward-thinking design that encourages cutting-edge, interdisciplinary science — facility on track to earn LEED Platinum certification
The Robert and Beverly Lewis Integrative Science Building: Opened October 2012. Home to strategic research clusters centered around interdisciplinary and integrative research missions that are not defined by departmental boundaries.
EUGENE, Ore. — (Oct. 26, 2012) — In a spirited Friday morning ceremony featuring major donors, big name politicians, cheerleaders, the Green Garter Band and the UO Duck, Kimberly Andrews Espy, vice president for research, innovation and graduate education, officially opened the new Lewis Integrative Science Building.
This video on the new Robert and Beverly Lewis Integrative Science Building at the University of Oregon was played during the official opening ceremony on Oct. 26, 2012. The production features faculty members Cris Niell, Jim Hutchison, David Johnson, Jennifer Pfeifer, and Phil Fisher, in addition to Vice President for Research and Innovation Kimberly Andrews Espy.
Kimberly Andrews Espy, vice president for research and innovation and dean of the graduate school, recently wrote a Guest Viewpoint in The Register-Guard about what the opening of the Lewis Integrative Science Building will mean for science and research at the University of Oregon.
Building on a proud tradition of interdisciplinary research at the University of Oregon, the Robert and Beverly Lewis Integrative Science Building (LISB) brings world-class researchers together under one roof
The Lewis family name has long been synonymous with philanthropic support of science education and research at the University of Oregon. The story of the Lewis family’s involvement in the sciences at the UO is both inspiring and unique.
EUGENE, Ore. — (Sept. 13, 2012) — Cris Niell, an assistant professor in the Department of Biology and Institute of Neuroscience at the University of Oregon, was announced as a recipient of a 2012 New Innovator Award from the National Institutes of Health
EUGENE, Ore. — Workers installed a new Siemens MAGNETOM Skyra 3T magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scanner inside the soon-to-be-opened Robert and Beverly Lewis Integrative Science Building on Monday. The instrument will be the centerpiece of the Robert and Beverly Lewis Center for NeuroImaging (LCNI).