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LIU Medical Research Institute
The only place in the universe where medical technology is used for both good and evil.....
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LIU Medical Research Institute - (MRI)


The Ludgonian Industrial Union presents one the most advanced medical facilities in the universe, the LIU Medical Research Institute (MRI). From curing disease to creating biological weapons, the MRI dips into all parts of the medical world.



The MRI is one the largest facilities the LIU has ever built, second only to our Super-Tower.








Four buildings sit on a raised and enclosed lot. The facility cost the LIU an arm and a leg, but we were able to quickly recover our investment by selling artificial arms and legs.








Here's a side view of the MRI. We'll get to the interior and deeper explanations later...







The lot is enclosed to prevent unauthorized visitors. Some of the greatest medical technologies are being developed here, and the LIU wants exclusive rights. Why are we showing you detailed pictures then? Hmm..good question. We're stumped.





Here's the MRI's largest structure, a four-story lab.







You'll notice that buildings differ slightly in architecture (or lack there of). This is because the structures were added at different times.






The only way in is via this gate checkpoint.








The bird's eye view shows the different buildings on the grounds: (1) Security, (2) Chemical Factory, (3) Lab Phase I, and (4) Lab Phase II. Lets take at look at each...








(1) Security



The security center is located on the front of the lot. It's side is graced with the three best letters ever...LIU. Well... the three best for us.







A security officer posts up next to the steel gate. No crashing through this...







The gate opens to let in a LIU Supply Truck full of supplies.







Using technology developed at the MRI, a biometric monitor scans the truck and displays all major life forms on board. This time, it's only one guy.






More security officers watch from the security center.







A large security staff watches over security monitors and employee movements. They also keep track of all incoming and outgoing cargo.






Ammo is stored in this locked safe. Only the two gate officers are armed...well, armed with conventional weapons.






The left side.








The right side.








(2) Chemical Factory



Here's an overview of the factory. This building is in charge of mass producing medicines and medical chemicals. Also note the landing pad on the factory's roof. Right now, it's home to a LIU Med-Evac Dropship.






The landing pad is empty here.








The door to the factory states it all....WARNING! RED HARD HATS ONLY!






An overview of the factory shows off the four large chemical silos. They're empty right now because the team is preparing to start making a new medicine, LIU ANTI-N00B23.





Here's the main computer workstation. Important pressure, mixing, and heating controls are located here. A crew of five keeps an eye on the computers at all times.






This workstation controls the amount of chemicals that enter the tanks.









When dealing with chemicals, a fire supression workstation is a must. Luckily, the fire station is automated. The workers have been known to flee like babies instead of following the fire safety procedures.







Here's two of the silos up close! Wow, how...boring. NEXT!








What is this! This idiot wore his white hard hat. Call the police, this thug is going away for a long time.






(3) Lab Phase I



Here's an overview of the third building, Lap Phase I. It was orginally the largest and only lab, but it was soon dwarfed by Lab Phase II(coming up later).









The lab's roof. Note the fancy equipment and stuff...








This handy machine encrypts all data coming and going from the MRI. The enemy's ears must not hear our secrets..even though they will see them shortly.






The first floor of the lab is dedicated to shipping and recieving. Here's the loading dock complete with downward loading ramp. Fancy, huh? Be advised though, Max. 9M.







The downward ramp allows the LIU Supply Truck's bed to be even with the shipping door. Its easier to load and unload.







Although it shouldn't be necessary, a sign points the way to the loading dock.








Here's the shipping and recieving dock from the inside. Note the cargo and boxes thrown about. There are also shelves of stored medicines.






A view of more shelves.







This view shows the hallway between the loading area and the shipping offices. You can also see the elevator at the end of the hallway and the walkthough door to the lab.






The shipping office is home to the lab's quartermaster. He insures the proper materials are always on hand. He also makes sure products are shipped out in a timely manner.







More medicines are stored in the office.







After going up the elevator, you are left looking down the long corridor of the research rooms. Lets go to the end of the hall and work back to the elevator.








In this room, cryogenics is being studied. Sure, its been done, but what are the medical benefits / risks. Prisoners or other unwanted people are frozen for extended periods of time, thawed, and studied.






Note the cryo-computers and pods. The one in the middle is empty for now, but you can just make out an unlucky subject in the farthest pod.







The next lab studies the deadliest viruses and bacteria in the universe. The scientist finds cures for disease, but at the same time perfects the strains for biological weapons. Strange how lives are saved and destroyed in this small room.






The toxic organisms are stored in these canisters.







The scientist wears a full face mask to avoid contraction of the diseases and contamination of the strains. However, mistakes are always made, and the post opens up about every two weeks. Need a job?







This scientist is testing a new LIU development, the portable diagnosis scanner. Before, Diagnostic Machines were huge and couldn't go to the battlefield. This development allows your medics to carry the scanner to the field and see what injuries your men have substained.







Here in this lab, two scientists are testing the effects of the LIU-Slow-Virus on parrots. The man-made virus slows dowm the victim's metabolism and muscles until they can only move at an eighth of their normal speed.





This cage is full of super slow parrots.










See, they're in there and hardly moving...hmm..well, its hard to demonstrate in a photo, but we assure you they are moving slow.







One last view, and we are done with Lab Phase I.







(4) Lab Phase II



Here's an overview of the four-story lab. We think we already posted it above, but its getting late and we forgot...






The roof and all of its fancy equipment. We aren't sure what much of it does...









Enter Lap Phase II through its front door. The elevator is straight ahead and corridors go both directions.








The lab to the right makes biological rockets. Viruses created next door are loaded into long range missiles. The scientist pumps the payload through this hose.







A close-up of the scientist reveals that both his mouth and nose are covered with a medical mask.








Down the hall, the other lab hosts a burn lab (as if you couldn't tell by the fire floor tile)







A scientist blows superheated gas onto a burn suit. The LIU's plan for burn treatment is prevention. Each soldier / pilot could wear this and avoid burns all together.






A close-up of the fire-proof suit. It appears to be working, well..at least the subject hasn't started screaming yet.






Two scientists monitor the suit through these computers. The suit is hot, but its not allowing the heat to penetrate.







Now up to the second floor of Lab Phase II. Here's an overview.







To the left, this lab is growing artificial limbs. They use some of the newest cloning technology. No longer will your men be sidelined by limb loss. Note the hand and arm growing in the background.






Legs are larger and must be grown in this seperate chamber. This lab makes about 30 hands, 30 arms, and 15 legs a day.







The scientists send electrical charges through this hand to test that the nerve endings are working properly.








Down the hall, the other lab tests the effects of G-Forces on pilots. A test pilot is spun around at high speeds to test his limits. If the scientists find a way to combat G's, they can make their fighters faster and more agile.







This new suit allows the pilots to take up to 6 more G's than previously thought possible. Its a breakthrough in biologically integrated suit wear. It makes them look handsome too. Hmm..we didn't say that...






We're not totally sure why, but the scientists wanted to see how long a pilot can hang upside down without passing out. This guys been up for three days and still going strong. The scientist monitors his vitals, but the suit is keeping them stable. If only the suits had built in bathrooms....someone needs a diaper change...





Upstairs on the third floor, there is only one lab. Its the bone study lab. An advanced x-ray machine has been upgraded with new nano-technology that allows the machine to repair whatever damages it finds.







The computers spot a fractured leg on this subject. Tiny nano-bots are injected and begin rebuilding the bone. It's just one of many ways, the LIU is trying to save lives and speed up the recovery process for soldiers. Sorry guys, you're going back out there faster than ever these days.






This breakthrough will soon be added to all of the LIU's FDLLs.








Why is there only one lab on this floor? Well, smart LIU Tax Lawyers discovered that the MRI would be exempt from Universal Tax Laws if it had at least one room devoted to being a hospital. So here it is.



Remember that landing pad you saw earlier, you know about 500 pics ago, well it allows patients to be unloaded straight to the third floor hospital room.






The door opens...








It opens all the way and tucks off to the side. You could unload a tank through this door! Its that big, but no seriously, patients only...







A LIU Med-Evac Dropship lands and drops off an injured soldier. He's rushed to the one hospital bed.







The hospital room consists of this one small bed. One doctor and a nurse tend to the few patients the MRI recieves.







Not only is it a tax exemption, but it allows the doc's to test new drugs and techniques on the wounded. Hmmm... maybe that's why it gets so few patients.







...







This pic and the one above shows the door from the inside...Sorry to show it so much, we just like it a lot.








Now up to the MRI's strangest level, the fourth floor. If you couldn't tell by the giant skull outside the elevator, this floor is devoted to the study of death!







To the left is the mortuary. Six bodies are kept on ice here. The coroner logs each one before he stores it way in the freezer.






The freezer holds six bodies. Its kept stocked daily with those who wished to donate their bodies to science (and those who crossed the LIU, like that rival CEO).








The top three freezer doors open, revealing three dead bodies. Please, if you're prone to nightmares about the undead, don't look at this pic...whoops, probably too late now.







To the right, the dead bodies are put to use. The LIU, as crazy as it sounds, is trying to cure death. A body, locked in this chamber, is sprayed with an advanced, classified chemical that is meant to raise the dead. It hasn't worked yet, but soon, the LIU will be immune to death itself!





Scientist watch on as test after test fails. One time, they thought they had movement, but it was just the arm falling off. Oh well...one day it will happen.







A ton of computers and staff are assigned to this project. Imagine the implications! If everyone had this technology, war would be pointless. Well, that is everyone that can afford invincibility. And its not CHEAP!






Note: If you donate your empire's bodies to LIU science(alive or dead), your empire will get a royalty fee equal to .00000000000001% of the profit gained. It sounds small, but these medical technologies make bank on the free market. You never know, you might make a buck or two...




Comments

 I like it 
  November 26, 2011
I love this moc, it's probably my favorite you've ever done. I see what you did with the fourth floor. (Chinese pronunciation of four is very close to the proninciation of death)
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  July 1, 2011
awesome i love it
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  February 9, 2011
wow! just the way i like them! massive, detailed, convincing, lots of neat concepts, i especially like that you were able to add the other vehicles you created before, tons of stories could be made with this! awesome!
 I like it 
  December 29, 2010
That "curing death" research is gonna lead to a zombie invasion...
Ludgonious .
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Nathan Schock
  December 5, 2010
Umm... Excuse me sir, but I need a couple hundred vials of LIU ANTI-NOOB23.
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  November 27, 2010
you make awesome mocs man! that must of taken a lot of time to make. its got lots of details to.
Ludgonious .
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Oli "shroom" Harding
  October 5, 2010
wow... amazing... so detailed and stuff... need i say more!!!!
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  October 5, 2010
I sit here and browse through MOC on occassion. It just blows my mind on what people come up with on here. This is such a cool and awesome MOC..WOW. I was waiting to see a test bed patient carnage though.
 I like it 
  October 5, 2010
Finally... a MOTD that might actually deserve the title. Nice work, 'gratz on MOTD.
 I made it 
  October 5, 2010
Quoting Jacob Driggers I like it and im new to Mocpages so and ive set everything up and nothing is on my page i need some ones help how long did it take till your pages where set up? also i have great stuff to show to the world see http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/229465
Back when I was a young moccer we didn't have to wait for our pages to be available, but we did have to walk to school uphill, barefoot through the snow. But seriously, I think a moderator has to approve it before it becomes availabe. Check with one of them in the Group - Mocpages Help. The link is available by clicking on help at the bottom of any page.
 I like it 
  October 5, 2010
congratz on motd
  October 5, 2010
I like it and im new to Mocpages so and ive set everything up and nothing is on my page i need some ones help how long did it take till your pages where set up? also i have great stuff to show to the world see http://www.mocpages.com/moc.php/229465
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  October 5, 2010
Nice abreviation... oh right Im supposed to talk about this thing. Very good. (phew) >Eric
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  October 5, 2010
omg mence!!!
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  October 5, 2010
Congrats on MOTD!
 I like it 
  October 5, 2010
impressive
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  October 5, 2010
YAY the LIU is makein zombies!!!
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  May 26, 2010
Marvelous!!! This LIU might save a few..... billion people from death :) Great job!!!
 I like it 
  August 17, 2009
I have been looking at this MOC for years. since before i got my Moc page! It has inspired my small (but growing) collection of white bricks! if you still read these pleas take a look at some of my creations (i hope to post more soon)
 I like it 
  August 7, 2009
Awsome, Perfect, Righteous, and a whole lot of other words to describe how amazing this is.
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  July 18, 2009
that is very big and COOL!!!!
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  May 27, 2009
A evil hospital complete with zombie chemicals. Excellent.
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  May 23, 2009
Immense!!!
Ludgonious .
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mark Goncharov
  May 22, 2009
wicked awesome! Nice work!
Ludgonious .
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Darman Skirata
  May 22, 2009
Congatz on MOTD! I knew you were going to get it again!
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  May 22, 2009
The detail to something this scale is incredible, and the studlessness is great. I also like how this is not just a classice hospital, it's a research station.
 I like it 
  May 22, 2009
This is mad. It looks soooo cool, and theres sooo much detail. Congrats on MOTD. You deserve it.
 I like it 
  May 22, 2009
The exposure you get from MOTD could assure you victory in the ongoing theme category at the Mocies.
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  May 22, 2009
Your commentary is always nop-totch. I mean, pot-potch. Aw, heck. You know what I mean. I need to move to the LIU. It sounds like a lot of fun.
 I like it 
  May 22, 2009
Wicked cool. Definitely deserved MOTD. 5/5, easily.
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  May 22, 2009
Wonderful work, and congrats on MOTD.
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  May 22, 2009
Golly gee that's swell. Do your minifigs get 'snow blind' from all that white. I did looking at the pictures. I may not be able to live a normal life again. I am going to sue this LIU, and get my share of those big medical bucks.
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  May 22, 2009
Very good, gratz on MOTD
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  March 17, 2009
that is SO awesome!!!!! love it!!!! hey ya like Star Wars??? well if so, make a HUGE cloning center. and include baby clones and Kaminoians.
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  February 3, 2009
nicenicenicenicenicenicenicenicenicenicenicenicenice
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  October 22, 2008
AWSOME!
Ludgonious .
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Quinn Barbeau
  May 3, 2008
Very very nice. You must've worked pretty hard.
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  April 27, 2008
dude, this is awesome. I know this isnt an alliance page but can i please become part of the LIU and contact me if I can.Anyways, this is totally sweet, especially the loading dock.
 I like it 
  April 2, 2008
it ought to be against the law to make stuff this good!Why is it that every room you make, is 99999999999999999999999999.9percent studless?
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  March 22, 2008
According to MOCpages home, this is one of the best MOCs ever. I agree, though a realistic modern medical center - that is, the whole thing - would contain several acres of buildings several stories high. But for a Lego MOC, the simplicity is dynamic! By the way, have you quit posting MOCs because you've run out of room on your website or have you run out of money? I'm just wondering . . .
 I like it 
  February 5, 2008
What should I say... Nice labs. Good ideas made to brick, if I take a look at the explanations. And crazy experiments, damn...
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  January 19, 2008
This is very good, like all of your other work I think the men/women down at the LEGO facctory would love to make this a worldwide set...Yah i can see it now...The LIU Prison, LIU Medical Center, LIU Everything! We down at the GLU say "hey LIU guys"! please check out my work aswell
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  January 9, 2008
Great! We need some LIU Anti noob, we can use them against our enemies, the U.R.M how much?
 I like it 
  December 1, 2007
Awesome as usual. You're probably the hardest working guy on this website. You've always got something new coming out. I took a break from building up until recently and just got to putting the stuff up on my page. And I have even more adding planned for tomorrow. Get back to me on what you think of my new stuff. Thanks!
Ludgonious .
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patrick hafer
  November 30, 2007
wow you have very high medical technology would you mind if i have to take my troops at the A.T.C?
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  November 28, 2007
Hehe, mate your creations are beyond awesome. And your comments are funny to make the dead laugh... :) great job again... ...and again, and again... :p
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  November 27, 2007
Well sir, another fine addition to the Empire. And wow, a Lego morgue...hey Ethel, there's somethin' you don't see every day! Let me know how that whole "death defying" concoction works out. I'd be willing to donate the bodies of some worthless unknowns for a hit of that stuff - let me know when you're ready to negotiate, we'll do sushi.
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  November 27, 2007
Beautiful, beautiful I say! Now all the LIU needs is a facility that trains one-legged zombies on useless exercises like putting them on treadmills with a dead cat dangling from the ceiling just out of the reach. Just a thought ;) Say, would you happen to have a flickr page?
 I like it 
  November 27, 2007
Asome the UESE will take some of that ANITN00B23 when your finish and the secret to immortality so my reign will NEVER END. Also, IF YOU DON'T COMPLY WE WILL CREATE OUR RESEARCH FICILITY AND RUN YOU OUT OF BUSSINESS.
 I like it 
  November 27, 2007
immortality you say? The FTO rulers are strong believers in christianity, so unfortunately, we probably won't be able to buy any of that serum when it becomes available. As for the artificial limbs, what about the body rejecting the limb? great building nonetheless, the FTO has never really made enough to make large complexes like this, mainly small bunkers.
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  November 27, 2007
WOW!!! nicely detailed! good job! please take a look at my new tank if you can.
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  November 27, 2007
Nice! Your best creation in a while!
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  November 27, 2007
You make white boxes look... awsome.
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  November 27, 2007
I'm so vain... I think one of those captions is about me... This needs more pictures! More white tiles! More computer screens and control panels! C'mon, it's like you're not even trying.
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  November 27, 2007
This sure does look like a futuristic medical institue. You don't mind if we send a few our doctors down to check out the place do you? Impressive detail, I really like those silos, I wish I had ton of those, I only have ONE! oh well, Great job.
 I like it 
  November 27, 2007
Really nice work, and thanks for the review. i had a ton of fun with it.
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  November 27, 2007
Waoh! sweet! LOVE THE LEVEL OF DETAIL!
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  November 27, 2007
Ah yes, we finally see the heart of LIU medical science! Everything about this is fantastic! "The fancy equipment and stuff" really amazed me. The slow parrots room was my favorite! Can't say enough really, too much greatness to comment on!
 I like it 
  November 27, 2007
Wow, simply great. While deceptively bland on the outside, the inside has more than enough action to make up for it. In fact, it couldn't be more suspiciously normal on the outside. Great job, all the details give it a great atmosphere.
 I like it 
  November 27, 2007
LOL i has made teh wart-*gack!* - Wow, I'm cured of my n00bness! Thanks LIU, for ANTI-N00B23! This MOC is really excellent, original,detailed, and funny. It deserves more :-)s than 5. About 10, I say.
 I like it 
  November 27, 2007
Very well done - certainly one of your best. Lee.
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  November 27, 2007
NIIIIIIIIICEE see my stuff. nano bots are called Nanites anyway why dont you make a comic about that they finally suxeed to raise the dead, but it has no sole it's just a walking body, that attacks people, and then some hero come and rescue them. and i want some credit cuz it was my idea
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  November 27, 2007
Mmm... smooth white wholesome goodness. Hey! I'm lookin' for a job!
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  November 27, 2007
AWSOME! this is so great. Awsome. I really like the pilot that is upside down.now I know what you were working on and it was well worht it.Greatness!
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  November 27, 2007
WOW!!!!! This is fantastic! I like everything about this. Nice job.
 
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