Neuroscience Research Building WashU Construction Newstead, May 2021 by craig currie

Neuroscience Research Building under construction in Cortex Neighborhood

The Neuroscience Research Building, part of Washington University, is under construction at 4370 Duncun Ave., in St. Louis, MO. The building will be 11 stories tall and 609,000 square feet when completed and will span almost a block filling up 200-acres in the Cortex Innovation Community, one of the fastest growing hubs in the country.

The research facility was Designed by Perkins + Will and Cannon Design. McCarthy Building Companies is overseeing construction. The project will be the largest in School of Medicine’s history.


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    Mark Serati

    Guess who their Guinea pigs for the new neuroscience center are going to be? St. Louisans, after being intentionally neurotoxined, which is going on right now through selected (EPA) gasoline stations in areas (where the shootings are). NAZI Germany medical experiments had nothing on today’s US government. Test your car gas from these stations (tested out of town). Use a hydrocarbon tester to check the amount in the air around town after opening back up. I did years ago. “Shocked beyond all belief” doesn’t begin to describe what I found. Next to BJC hospital traffic was worse than putting your mouth over a car exhaust running. Yes, our gov’t not already knew it, it is intentional to increase illness, violence (now), and death. It’s no wonder all big business is moving out of St. Louis, the medical experimentation town.

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