Thanks to a 1.25 million-dollar renovation from Texas A&M Kingsville, the NTRC is now enjoying its new location and increased working space. Our phone, fax and email contact information remain the same but we have a new physical address. What was once the Kleberg Engineering Hall now serves as the home for valuable research in natural toxins. The new facility has five times the space of the old location. It is equipped with two instrumentation labs, a tissue culture lab, a molecular biology lab, a utility room with a walking freezer, emergency power, separate offices for researchers and staff, a computer and server room, a receiving area and a large conference room. This new space and capability will enable us to accommodate not just our growing staff, but visiting scientists and the summer research program as well. In 2006, June 8th the NTRC hosted a wildly successful open house to show off the new location.
This page was last updated on: February 18, 2015