Creating impact and developing innovation in great company
Roslin Innovation Centre opened for business at the end of August 2017 with over 60% occupancy committed. Tenants are international in their outlook and are a good mix of established, local/multinational, start-up/spin out companies; charities and some internal University business units, all with innovation at their core.
Over the coming months, we will welcome tenant companies relocating from the nearby Roslin BioCentre and other local science and research parks, companies from within the Easter Bush Campus and others as far afield as New Zealand.
AbacusBio Ltd, international leaders in the application of science and technology in primary food production, joined our new office space in August.AbacusBio build strong lasting relationships, by combining science and business expertise to grow clients’ revenue and profit. Their global reach gives the company a technical and strategic view of a wide range of challenges facing primary food production.
ARK Genomics Ltd (AGL) joined us from the start, occupying open plan office space.
The company promotes genomic research, bringing together commercial companies and academia, and provides access to cutting edge sequencing technologies for human and animal health working with their partner Edinburgh Genomics.
AGL offer a dedicated project management service, supporting their clients at all stages of a project and alongside this can act as an opportune and strategic grant collaborator and partner.
Kajeka Ltd joined us at our 'pop up incubator' in February 2015 and we were pleased to welcome then to our new development in November 2017.
Kajeka provides visual software solutions for big data and network analysis. The company is a recent spin out of The Roslin Institute.
Kajeka’s powerful technology emerged from research undertaken by academic teams in Cambridge and Edinburgh and adds speed, sophistication and ever more powerful analysis capabilities to the robust platform produced by the research scientists.
We are delighted to provide Roslin Technologies Ltd with both office and lab space.Roslin Technologies is an agriculture biotechnology company and the commercialisation arm of the world renowned Roslin Institute and University of Edinburgh’s Royal (Dick) School of Veterinary Studies.
Roslin Innovation Centre will be providing open-plan office space for Argenta Ltd from July 2018, complementing Argenta’s other global facilities, including recently acquired manufacturing facilities in Dundee, Scotland.
Argenta is the world’s only combined contract research organisation (CRO) and contract manufacturing organisation (CMO) specialising in animal health. With accredited operations and facilities across New Zealand, the United States of America and the United Kingdom, Argenta is fully equipped to offer a full range of products and services to the global animal health industry.
Argenta’s 400+ global team develops and exports products and services to over 40 countries.
Thomas Farrugia of Beta Bugs is a Royal Society of Edinburgh (RSE) Unlocking Ambition Enterprise Fellow and will be hosted by Roslin Innovation Centre.
Accelerating insect evolution, creating new breeds of commercially farmed insects for the alternative protein industry and to make them into next-gen crops that will drive a sustainable bio economy.
Greengage Enlightened Farming joined us in our 'pop up incubator' space August 2015 and expanded their office space with an extra unit in March 2016.
Greengage delivers LED agricultural lighting, sensors and control systems for improved farming environments for poultry, pigs and cattle.
Greengage is a leading global manufacturer of "ALIS" an LED (Light Emitting Diode) lighting and induction power system.
Ingenza Ltd, a spin-out from the University of Edinburgh founded in 2002, is led by a management team with over 25 years’ experience in applied bioscience and the development and commercialisation of biobased products.
Currently based at the neighbouring Roslin BioCentre, Ingenza will relocate to customised lab and office space at Roslin Innovation Centre at the end of July 2018.
The company has integrated teams of scientists, bringing together expertise across synthetic chemistry, informatics, molecular genetics, biochemistry and fermentation scale-up.
Tropical Animal Genetics Ltd (TAG) provides industry-leading reproductive technologies and expertise to meet the growing needs for having superior genetics for the farmers and breeders.
On-going research and applied science allows TAG to develop and implement new technologies that will help move the science of tropical animal genetic improvement forward.
We are currently providing open-plan office space to members of the TAG team.
"We're looking to attract up to 30 tenants over the next couple of years. Those companies will ideally be strategically collaborating with The Roslin Institute and others on Campus."John Mackenzie, CEO, Roslin Innovation Centre