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Winona State University's Science Laboratory Center was completed in summer 2004. The facility, made up entirely of science labs and an auditorium-style lecture hall, offers state-of-the-art equipment, including 1,900 data ports, teaching stations with video projectors, and microscopes that connect to laptops to view and store images. The SLC also houses a three-story geologic rock-wall; a flume lab that includes a replica of the Mississippi River and landscape elevations; and a map of the geology of the Winona area inlaid in the terrazzo floor in the building's spacious atrium. The design of the facility incorporates a number of sustainable features: the wood paneling is made from renewable bamboo; some of the paint and carpet were created from recycled materials; and sky lights were used to save on power. The building is located between Stark and Pasteur Halls.
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