Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory broke ground recently on a new research and development building on its Laurel campus.

“Building 201” will be a 263,000 sf interdisciplinary research facility that will provide flexible laboratory and office space in a highly collaborative, open workplace environment. APL’s charge to make critical contributions to the nation’s most critical challenges is brought to life in the design of this state-of-the-art facility.

APL is a not-for-profit, university-affiliated research center, where more than 6,000 university-affiliated top scientists, engineers and technical specialists conduct programs to ensure national security, advance the frontiers of science and engineering, and educate and inspire the next generation of STEM professionals.

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