Open plan accommodation with quick, easy and secure subdivision
The Roslin Innovation Centre offers flexible office and laboratory space with accommodation for over 285 laboratory workstations and office space for up to 380 scientists.
Each of our laboratory spaces have been carefully designed so that they can be subdivided into any configuration, whilst still maintaining shared access to the support areas and changing facilities. Like the laboratory space, the office areas can also be subdivided into any configuration, whilst maintaining access to break out areas and meeting rooms.
The office area provides space for over 380 scientists and support staff. Full height glazing affords views out to the adjacent countryside. Bright and airy write up areas are conveniently located next to the laboratory accommodation. Break out areas and meeting rooms allow for closer collaborative working.
The design and layout of these spaces allow for easy subdivision.
We provide 285 laboratory workstations and like our write up spaces, our labs can be easily subdivided and offer fully flexible accommodation. Again views out of the building are maximised through large areas of external glazing.
The labs, whether left as open plan or subdivided, provide access to the shared support areas, such as tissue culture rooms, cold rooms, dark rooms and changing facilities.
We offer facilitated access to the University of Edinburgh’s College of Medicine and Veterinary Medicine, and other parts of the University, with core research facilities, shared equipment and expertise including:
Campus services are provided to all tenants and include:
On Campus international and national knowledge centres include:
The Roslin Innovation Centre is the gateway to the rest of the Easter Bush Campus, with shared Campus facilities such as Dolly's cafe, gym and student services, available to staff, students, public, tenants and visitors.
"Roslin Innovation Centre provides companies with state-of-the-art facilities, first class customer service and accelerated access to strategic research opportunities."John Mackenzie, former CEO of Roslin Innovation Centre (November 2014 - March 2022)