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The Vision for Edinburgh BioQuarter

Edinburgh BioQuarter is a leading global destination for healthcare delivery, groundbreaking medical research and life sciences innovation and entrepreneurship.

Inspired by Edinburgh’s rich history of healthcare and life sciences breakthroughs, all of the work undertaken here is informed by our vision: To be the place where great ideas thrive to revolutionise health and wellbeing.


What's at Edinburgh BioQuarter

Queen’s Medical Research Institute

A world-leading clinical research facility, the Queen’s Medical Research Institute has four strategic centres, addressing major disease challenges.

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Edinburgh Imaging

Edinburgh Imaging clinicians, researchers and scientists work together to advance health through excellence in imaging science.

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University of Edinburgh Medical School, Chancellors Building

Edinburgh Medical School is a large medical school, delivering first-class education in first-class facilities by dedicated people who are at the cutting edge.

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Anne Rowling Regenerative Neurology Clinic

The Anne Rowling Clinic is Edinburgh’s hub for clinical trials into neurodegenerative diseases. Advancing Science, Building Hope.

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Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

A flagship teaching hospital which has been delivering pioneering healthcare since 1729.

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Simpsons Centre for Reproductive Health, Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh

Simpson’s is the biggest maternity unit in Scotland with more than 6000 babies born every year. In 2011 NHS Lothian’s first birth centre opened, the midwife-led facilityp situated next to the Simpson Centre for Reproductive Health.

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Royal Hospital for Children and Young People and Department of Clinical Neurosciences (opening expected 2018)

An exciting new chapter in the proud histories of The Royal Hospital for Sick Children, Department of Clinical Neurosciences and Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service will begin in 2018 when they move to BioQuarter.

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University of Edinburgh MRC Centre for Regenerative Medicine

Scientists and clinicians study stem cells, disease and tissue repair to advance human health.

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Centre for Tissue Repair (opening expected 2020)

Will form part of the new Institute for Regeneration and Repair which, when complete in 2020, will be home to over 600 stem cell researchers.

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Centre for Dementia Prevention in BioCube 1

The University of Edinburgh’s Centre for Dementia Prevention combines research in science, medicine and social sciences to lead global efforts in preventing dementia.

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BioCube 2 (opening expected 2018)

BioCube 2 forms part of the commercial office and lab space at BioQuarter. The 12,000 sq ft building will open in 2018.

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NINE - Life Sciences Innovation Centre

Offering 85,000 sq ft of prime laboratory and office accommodation for Life Science companies big and small.

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The co-location of the prestigious Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh teaching hospital, a world-renowned school of medicine, leading medical research institutes and a host of ambitious life sciences companies delivers a formidable network of clinicians, academics, scientists and entrepreneurs.

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Latest at Edinburgh BioQuarter

Keep up to date with what’s happening across our four partners and our tenant companies. Read the latest news, blogs and events from Edinburgh BioQuarter.

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30.10.2018

New signage project at Edinburgh BioQuarter points way to a health and science campus full of opportunities

New BioQuarter-branded signage has been launched across the site, contributing to a campus-wide approach by the partners

09.10.2018

Edinburgh BioQuarter signage launch imminent

A major signage and wayfinding project, being jointly delivered by Edinburgh BioQuarter’s four public sector partners, is underway.

09.10.2018

Opening of Little France Park

Edinburgh & Lothians Greenspace Trust (ELGT) enlisted the help of local school children to help officially open the new active travel route through Little France Park.

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