For the third weekend in a row, a major building is being dedicated at IowaState University. This morning, it’s the National Swine Research andInformation Center. Ceremonies begin at 8:30 with a breakfast and toursfollowed by a program at 9:30. I-S-U Ag College Dean David Topel says thebuilding is a beauty and will be widely used for pork industry research.Dean Topel says the facility will also be used for researching water qualityand odor issues as they relate to livestock. He says many of the functionsof the new building are already being performed elsewhere at I-S-U but hesays this 9-point-6 million dollar facility will put it all under one roof.In light of the latest dedication, Topel says it’s been a great fall at IowaState.Last weekend the new engineering building, Howe Hall, was dedicated atI-S-U. Back on the 16th of October, it was the new Plant Sciences InstituteResearch Center.
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