The Lindsay Center for Mathematics and Science is home to 14 science labs, 21 classrooms, two lounge/study rooms, and faculty offices. The design incorporates dedicated classrooms and labs for all courses, configured to foster innovation and collaboration. Classrooms and labs for ecology, physiology, and robotics sit on the ground floor. The second floor houses labs and preparation spaces for advanced chemistry, physics, and astronomy; six math classrooms; and biology classrooms that lead into a greenhouse. The third floor features a suite of chemistry and biology classrooms and labs, two physics labs, and four math classrooms. The third floor also includes a study lounge for students and the faculty offices, in an open-plan space. In addition, the building features a solar observatory and a Foucault pendulum – a 70-pound ball suspended from a 60-foot cable that demonstrates Earth’s rotation through its oscillation – a symbol upon entering the building of the facility’s joint purpose of teaching math and science.
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