3D Tissue Models

Saraswati Kache

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am sure that I don’t need to tell anyone about all the construction events and challenges underway with the completion of the “Connectivity Project” (new loading dock and tunnel system), the Li Ka Shing Center for Learning and Knowledge (whose “steel phase” will be completed in the next weeks and will be capped off by its red roof!), and the large foundation being dug for SIM1 (whose still phase will begin in October). With all of this going on, you may have also observed the new enclosed pedestrian pathway from the Via Ortega and Campus Drive intersection to the sidewalk along the Clark Building. While it may be tempting to do otherwise, it is important for pedestrians to use this walkway and, more importantly, to stay out of the very limited area for delivery and construction vehicles that is right next to it. Also, I must underscore that bicycles are prohibited from riding in this pedestrian pathway. Accordingly, for everyone’s safety, if you are coming through this area and have a bicycle, please get off your bike and walk it to the pedestrian path until you reach the Clark Center sidewalk. With this in mind – and for your safety and that of your colleagues - I have been advised by our Facilities Group and the Construction team to ask you to please observe the following:

Name:Saraswati Kache,

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