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Colorful Corner at Building Cure Site in Downtown Seattle

Construction fencing for Building Cure is up. We want to show our neighbors in the South Lake Union and downtown Seattle corridor who Seattle Children’s Research Institute is and what we do. The fence includes viewing portals for the public to witness firsthand the development of some of Building Cure’s forthcoming exciting features, such as the Science Discovery Lab, Cure Factory, community café and the 225-seat auditorium for scientific dialogue.

The fence runs around the perimeter of the Building Cure site (located at 1920 Terry Ave.) and will be up for the duration of construction.

 

Building Cure Groundbreaking Celebration, Feb. 2

Join in as we break ground on Seattle Children’s Research Institute’s future Building Cure research facility in downtown Seattle on Feb. 2, 2017. The lively celebration will include entertainment, the Science Adventure Lab, a PAC-MAN arcade, and interactive displays and activities showcasing the science that will happen within the building. You’ll also enjoy local food trucks selling lunch items as well as free hot cocoa, coffee and cookies.

And don’t miss the opportunity to participate in a GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ attempt for “Most people conducting a DNA isolation experiment simultaneously.” Hundreds of volunteers will isolate the DNA of a strawberry at the same time to demonstrate how some aspects of research will happen in Building Cure. RSVP today.