By Jamie Condliffe

Nanotechnology researchers at the University of Sydney now have a building that will make them the envy of the scientific community—with ultra-clean rooms, vibration-free floors and faraday cages aplenty.

New Scientist calls the new Australian Institute for Nanoscale Science “one of the most controlled places on the planet.” And it might just be right, because there’s a long list of features in the new building that would make many scientists jealous.