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Organic chemistry students have lab in new ISEC

With the opening of the Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Complex at Northeastern University, some classes have new spaces. This includes the organic chemistry teaching laboratory.

This week, students worked in the ground floor lab on assignments given to them by Teaching professor Oyindasola Oyelaran. As they worked, pedestrians were able to peek in, as the lab has floor to ceiling windows.

Teaching professor Oyelaran stands to the left of two students who are working at a bench.

Teaching professor Oyindasola Oyelaran oversees students as they work in the new lab. Photo courtesy Brian D’Amico.

Several students work at a lab bench with large windows behind them.

Pedestrians can see what students are doing through the floor to ceiling windows. Photo courtesy Brian D’Amico.

The new space is being received well. Photo courtesy Brian D'Amico.

The new space is being received well. Photo courtesy Brian D’Amico.

A student works at a machine in the lab.

A student works on an assignment in the new lab in the ISEC. Photo courtesy Brian D’Amico.

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