This is a newly designed front gate of SCBG. Shown left to right in the photo are The Comprehensive Research & Experiment Building, The Biological Resources Center and The Transgenic Research Center, respectively. The Comprehensive Research & Experiment Building is now in service, while the latter two will be possibly constructed during the Twelfth Five-year Program (2011-2015). After they all are finished, the research and work condition of SCBG will be greatly improved.
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