Anáhuac LABS Breaks Ground: The Future Hub for Engineering Excellence

By Israel Molina

Mexico City

March 14, 2024

Anáhuac Mexico University has commenced the development of Anáhuac LABS, a groundbreaking initiative aimed at fostering technological innovation and training top-tier engineers to meet Mexico's current and future challenges.

The new Anáhuac LABS facility, situated on the North Campus, is set to span 8,342 square meters and represents a significant investment of 450 million pesos. Designed by Broissin Arquitectos, it will house 38 technology nodes across 10 fields of study and is expected to open its doors in January 2026, strategically located within the industrial hub.

Derived from the forward-looking "Vision Anáhuac 5.0," which marks the university's sixtieth anniversary, the "Engineering Anáhuac 5.0" initiative embodies the evolution in engineering development. It integrates teaching, research, and practical applications to produce interdisciplinary engineering and technology solutions.

Anáhuac LABS is the result of a collaborative effort between Anáhuac Mexico University and leading technology firms. It aims to establish a long-term innovative alliance, pooling knowledge, technology, equipment, instructional design, and specialized personnel to support teaching in emerging technologies.

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