The new £60 million Roslin Institute building is located at the University of Edinburgh’s Easter Bush campus which undertakes research within the framework of BBSRC Institute Strategic Programmes focused on the health and welfare of animals.
This design of this state-of- the-art building is inspired by the shape of a pair of chromosome, with internal coloured panels representing the DNA ‘fins’.
The building offers a magnificent auditorium and features defined office and laboratory blocks that are bonded by breakout areas and meeting rooms designed to encourage and facilitate collaboration on scientific research.
Easter Bush Campus is part of the Edinburgh Science Triangle, a multi-disciplinary initiative, part-funded by European Structural Funds and involving the Scottish Capital’s universities and research institutes, science parks and local authorities, along with Scottish Enterprise, to attract new investment and strengthen the link between academic research and business.
|Capacity by configuration||Dimensions|