Applied Physics Lab dedicates newest building

November 29, 2011

The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory dedicated a new building in November on its South Campus. The five-story, 200,000-square-foot glass, brick and steel structure on 35 acres provides an array of modern offices, laboratories and conference areas.

Designed with green features such as a reflective roof and energy-saver lighting, Building 200 houses scientists, engineers and support staff from APL's Space Department, who advance the knowledge of the space environment and the planets in the solar system, and address many other challenges faced by NASA and the Department of Defense, the primary sponsors of APL's space research.

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