UNL - Center for Brain, Biology & Behavior (CB3)

UNL - Center for Brain, Biology & Behavior (CB3)

The Clark Enersen Partners provided complete design services for the new Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior located in the southern half of the Memorial Stadium East Expansion, occupying portions of the first, second and third floors.

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln's new Center for Brain, Biology and Behavior (CB3) is a highly interdisciplinary center that brings together distinguished UNL faculty in the social, biological and behavioral sciences and engineering.  This center's state of the art facilities and highly multidisciplinary environment enable diverse studies to expand the understanding of brain function and its effects on human behavior. 

The center's capabilities and unique partnership between UNL research and athletics deepen the university's research capacity, including its growing expertise in concussion research. The center boasts the unique capability to simultaneously capture functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), record brain electrical activity and track eye movement. This combination of brain imaging and cognitive assessment equipment could provide groundbreaking findings about brain function’s influence on behavior and performance.