The design projects were whittled down to a shortlist of four groups for the final Dragon’s Den-style presentations to choose the winning lab design.
The students presented their final designs to an expert panel made up of representatives from the Francis Crick Institute – Dr Richard Treisman, Helen Adams, Alexis Mannion; John Ellis from Westminster Kingsway College; and Penny Barral from Flourish, a medical and scientific furniture design company based near Tavistock Place, Bloomsbury who are working with the Francis Crick Institute.
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About 60 first year Science students from Westminster Kingsway College submitted design concepts for the new teaching lab as part of their BTEC Level 3 module ‘Working in the Science Industry’.
One of their course assignments is to design a lab space, so it provided a perfect opportunity for collaboration.