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New Children’s Mercy building embodies culture of the institute it houses
May 13, 2019
As seen in the Kansas City Business Journal, by Lily Lieberman (May 10th, 2019).
When Kansas City residents and visitors pass by the Children’s Mercy Research Institute building in the light of day, they will notice a subtle variation in window tinting, which to the untrained eye seems sporadically placed across the building’s facade.
The light-colored panels spell out DNA sequences of genetic anomalies found in Children’s Mercy patients with specific, rare diseases. At night, the panels will glow white from LED lights, and the four panels representing DNA mutations discovered in Children’s Mercy patients will beam red.
For the full article please find it on the Kansas City Business Journal
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