The Davidson Building, located in the southeast corner of the Gilmorehill campus, was built in 1963 and houses the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Division of the Institute of Biomedical and Life Sciences (IBLS). In 1999 it was renamed after Norman Davidson (1911-1972), who held the Gardiner Chair of Biochemistry from 1947 to 1972.
The lecture theatre, Room 208, which I featured last week, is visible on the bottom-right of the photo, just to the left of the streetlight. In case you’re ever looking for the lecture theatre and end up getting lost like I did, now you know where to look. (It turns out that if you search for ‘Davidson Building’ on Google, my posts are on the front page. Hope it helps someone. Or, how’s about some more signs and/or a map inside the building? Maybe I just get lost easily, but I doubt it’s just me.)
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