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Most days, you’ll find Benson Lai in the university’s Living Laboratory — 1125@Carleton — a bright, 7,500-square-foot state-of-the-art facility spread over two floors of the Human Computer Interaction building.
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A team of researchers across disciplines at Carleton University is working on an international project with China