J&E Hall provides cold room for university research

J&E Hall has completed a project to design and build a dual-compartment cold room at Plymouth University to support cutting-edge research into climate change.
J&E Hall provides cold room for university research
The cold room requires specialist lighting, ventilation and close temperature control. It features the work of Professor Camille Parmesan, a Nobel Prize winner and world-renowned conservation biologist, who is conducting research into the effects that climate change has on plant and insect life.

J&E Hall was chosen to carry out the work in a laboratory at the university after tendering through, a partnership between Plymouth's public sector buyers and private industry.

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19 November 2012


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