Etymology of laboratory

The word laboratory is rather new. It has its origins in medieval latin and first came into use circa 1600.

A laboratory should act as a physical manifestation of the pace, solvency, and frequency of the experimentation that is being conducted.

Auxiliary Laboratory is housed within three branches; one in the physical, the other in the digital, and the last in the virtual.

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