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News - 11.15.23
Stanley Manne Research Institute

ENR 2023 announced Best Project K-12 Education: Bronx High School of Science

We are thrilled to share that Dattner Architects’ project Bronx High School of Science; Stanley Manne Institute was recognized as ENR (Engineering News- Record) 2023 New York Best Project k-12 Education Project.

Stanley Manne Research Institute

Located at the Bronx High School of Science, the Stanley Manne Research Institute is a new state-of-the-art research building named after, and generously funded by, Bronx Science alumnus Stanley Manne. This university-level facility will allow high school students from across the Bronx to conduct long-term experiments, preparing them for college or professional settings.

Stanley Manne Research Institute

Stanley Manne Research Institute

The building houses three multidisciplinary labs, a walk-in cold room, tissue culture room, microscopy room, sterilization room, animal room, and a multi-purpose room for special events. Like a professional lab, spaces are modular and flexible, as equipment and science requirements change over time. Each lab is served by a computational room for group meetings, lectures, and experiment data review.

For more information about this category award and full list of winners:

Best Project K-12 Education: Bronx High School of Science – Stanley Manne ’52 Institute of Science | Engineering News-Record (






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