The Science 1 Building at California State University, Stanislaus, reopened for classes this semester after a two-year seismic retrofitting and extensive renovation project. A grand opening was held Wednesday, including tours of the building, which is one of the oldest on the Turlock campus. Science 1 had its interior completely remodeled during construction, adding eight classrooms and an open computer lab to the original floor plan. The building now houses the university’s departments of mathematics, philosophy and modern languages, as well as the School of Nursing, which now boasts a cutting-edge simulation lab to give hands-on training to the region’s next generation of nurses. The renovation included several energy-efficiency measures.