The University of Glasgow has been awarded £38m to create the Precision Medicine Living Lab – an internationally leading project focused on translating cutting-edge science and innovation into a real world clinical setting.
The Living Lab will be situated in University of Glasgow premises adjacent to the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital Campus in Govan. The government funding is provided through UK Research and Innovation’s flagship Strength in Places Fund,. The award will enable the creation of a global centre of excellence for Precision Medicine, building on the existing world-leading ecosystem already in place
Atelier Ten are providing the Building Services Engineering, Strategic Fire Engineering and BREEAM accreditation for the project.