41,000 sq ft of flexible lab and office - currently 85% full
The Roslin Innovation Centre is the gateway to the Easter Bush Campus, where people can communicate physically and intellectually, and provides a gathering space that allows meeting and interaction from across the Campus, whilst also serving as an information point for the general public.
At the heart of the Campus, Roslin Innovation Centre allows for the natural development of business collaborators with laboratory and office space situated close to the science and clinical livestock expertise.
Ten reasons why you should choose to relocate to Roslin Innovation Centre:
Established companies, multi nationals, new and existing R&D strategic partners or associated spin outs, spin ins, start-ups and scale ups.
We welcome different tenant types:
Our 'Research Hotel' located on the ground floor at Roslin Innovation Centre offers an interim solution for established companies and start-ups, providing ready to use state-of-the art office and lab space with access to standard lab equipment.
Work space (rent-a-desk and/or rent-a-lab) is available on a short-term let basis either per day, per week, per month, per quarter or on a six month basis for up to a 12 month period. Shared space is subject to availability for an individual or company with up to a maximum of 24 'guests'.
Knowledge Exchange and Commercialisation (KEC) is key to producing research with applications and impact outside of the research community.
On the Easter Bush Campus, there is a strong culture of industry engagement with over two thirds of senior scientists at The Roslin Institute engaging with companies. With dedicated support available for making industry-academic collaboration work, this enables it to play a key role in supporting the UK animal health sector.
The Roslin Institute has existing relations with approximately 100 companies in the animal health, genetics and feed additives sectors with its R&D pipeline primed by over £25 million in annual research income.
"… a world capital for livestock health and genetics…"
Bill Gates, Gates Foundation, describing Edinburgh at a Lord speaker Lecture, House of Lords, 10 November 2014