Seneca College has begun construction on a new lab that will be used to increase applied research in the life sciences diagnostics and cosmetics industries. The $9.4M Seneca Centre for Innovation in Life Sciences will feature a bio-safety lab as well as a Good Manufacturing Practice certifiable clean room. The centre will support product development while providing students and recent graduates with advanced learning opportunities, employment, and experiential learning opportunities. It will also house a new graduate certificate program in cosmetic science. Newswire Note: Archived stories may contain dead links or be missing source links.