Technology and Innovation Centre
99 George St, Glasgow G1 1RD
The University of Strathclyde opened this flagship building five years ago. This world-class research facility transforms how industry and academia collaborate – encouraging different partnerships between academia, industry and the public sector. A city centre location for world-leading innovation and research, attracting new R&D co-location investments from the public & private sectors, strengthening Glasgow and Strathclyde’s position for nurturing new start-ups and establishing businesses that generate wealth for Glasgow and the wider Scottish economy. At the Technology & Innovation Centre (TIC) we are transforming the way academics, business, industry and the public sector work in partnership to find solutions to challenges that matter in areas of economic importance including advanced manufacturing, health & wellbeing, innovation & entrepreneurship, measurement science & enabling technologies and ocean, air & space.
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9 stories tall, 105No labs, accommodating some 700No desks as well as meeting rooms and collaborative spaces, this building was opened five years ago by HRH The Queen. TIC is like “Tomorrow’s World” (for those old enough to remember the programme). Industry partners and academics work collaboratively on projects across a number of areas coming up with incredible solutions that will change our lives.