We had an excellent architectural tour of the Institute property and buildings that was led by a female architect who was well-versed and very friendly. A brief survey of our group found that we consisted of a few architects and engineers, along with various other backgrounds (like ours) and one neuro-scientist who works there in one of the labs. The simplicity and open spaces make up a relaxing outdoor atmosphere, and then we walked past the labs full of equipment and people working to see that there really was work going on there. It is well worth planning ahead to take this 12:00 noon tour, and the on-line registration should be done 2 days in advance since the groups have to be limited in size.
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