Linus Pauling Science Center

In October 2011 Oregon State University (OSU) opened the doors of the new Linus Pauling Science Center. This four story 105,000 ft^2 building houses the Linus Pauling Institute, as well as classrooms and laboratories for scientists, researchers, and students.




Today, the Linus Pauling Science Center is OSU’s largest-ever academic building project with a cost of $62.5 million and several more million devoted to support the educational and research programs that will occur within the building. State of the art NMR and Electron Microscope facilities are currently located inside the building.



In addition to the state of the art research facilities, the building houses displays of information about the life of Linus Pauling, including replicas of his two Nobel Prizes  as well as other intriguing displays.



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