Stanford Bio-X is broad-based and campus-wide and is facilitated by The James
H. Clark Center, which began construction in June
2001 thanks to the enormous generosity of Jim Clark
and Atlantic Philanthropies. The Center
was completed in Summer of 2003. The James H. Clark Center at Stanford University in California is the hub for Stanford Bio-X, one of the most radical experiments in scientific research in the world.
The building, designed by Fosters and Partners in collaboration with MBT Architecture, fosters an unprecedented degree of collaboration between scientists from different disciplines in order to meet some of the most pressing scientific and medical challenges of the coming decades. Such challenges can no longer be met by individual disciplines working in isolation, but require the combined expertise of multi-disciplinary teams.