Biomedical and Physical Sciences Building
The majority of Physics-Astronomy faculty members are housed in the Biomedical Physical Sciences (BPS) Building. The BPS Building is the largest academic facility on campus and is linked by skyways and at the basement level to the Chemistry and Biochemistry Buildings, as well as being in close proximity to other science-oriented buildings on campus, such as the NSCL/FRIB Building, Plant Biology, Crop and Soil Sciences, and the Anthony Hall/Engineering Building complex.
The Physics-Astronomy department moved into the BPS building in Spring 2002.
Before the construction of the Biomedical and Physical Sciences Building could proceed, an older building had to be removed. Time-lapse video, one frame each 10 min.
Time-lapse video of the construction process, one frame per day.
Moving In - Machine Shop
Time-lapse video of the occupation of the mechanical shop, one frame each 10 min.
Moving In - Library
Time-lapse video of the occupation of the library, one frame each 10 min.