The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center with an investment of US$668 plans for the new cutting-edge research campus.
The new facility covering an area of 600,000-square-foot facility will accelerate collaborative cancer research at MD Anderson's South Campus.
The state-of-the-art research facility will become a catalyst for collaborative scientific breakthroughs, driving closer to the mission of eradicating cancer.
The research campus will emerge as a global focal point for cutting-edge cancer research, bringing together experts from all over the globe to fight this challenging disease.
Moreover, this groundbreaking facility will focus on scientific advancements. It is also engineered with a keen emphasis on sustainability and efficiency, ensuring an optimal working environment.
The surrounding green spaces, connecting pathways, gathering areas, and places for reflection will establish a new benchmark for research institutions nationwide.
As an extension of the Texas Medical Centre's Helix Park, this facility will serve as a central hub for collaboration not only within MD Anderson but throughout the entire Texas Medical Centre community.
The research facility is scheduled for completion in the spring of 2026.
Name Hyper Photonix
Type New Construction
Budget US$668 million