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New IT Sligo science building honours Irish scientist MacMunn

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New IT Sligo science building honours Irish scientist MacMunn

New IT Sligo science building honours Irish scientist MacMunn
September 02
08:59 2014

IT Sligo’s new €17m science building named after an Irish scientist who conducted research in a hayloft over his stables is to receive its official opening today by Taoiseach Enda Kenny today.

The new building, named the MacMunn Building after Irish scientist Charles Alexander MacMunn, features an 80-station foundation laboratory, seven teaching laboratories, and four research labs,The Irish Times reported.

MacMunn was born in Easky, Co Sligo, in 1852. His discovery of respiratory pigments throughout plant and animal tissues (The Cytochrome System) remains a cornerstone of medical science today, IT Sligo said.

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