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    Green Science in Salt Lake City

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    Laboratories at the Meldrum Science Center have individual vent hoods and thermal controls.
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    Daylight floods a study area in the science center.
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    The Meldrum Science Center is cooled using a super-efficient three-stage evaporative cooling system.
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    Two large metal-clad tubes in the atrium of the Meldrum Science Center serve as air supply ducts for the building's HVAC system.
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    The north facade of the Meldrum Science Center.
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    A ground-floor lecture room of the Meldrum Science Center.
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    The exterior of the science center is clad primarily in brick and zinc panels.
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    Shading devices minimize heat gain through the glazing at the Meldrum Science Center.
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