Plans for an exciting new high-tech campus unveiled

Picture of a skyline over the Queen Elizabeth University HospitalIn April 2019 the University unveiled exciting plans for major investment in a new Clyde Waterfront Innovation Campus (CWIC), to be based in Govan.

CWIC will act as a centre of excellence for a range of new technologies, co-locating industry and world-class research, and will see hundreds of highly skilled jobs located in Govan in the first stage.

Plans for the CWIC include developing the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital as a Living Laboratory for Precision Medicine which will strengthen Glasgow and Scotland’s existing position as the world-leader in Precision Medicine, within the Clinical Innovation Zone.

Professor Dominiczak commented: “This is a project of true local, national and international importance – contributing to the regeneration of Govan, cementing Scotland’s place as the world-leader in Precision Medicine and promising a genuine revolution in healthcare right across the world. I am delighted to see Precision Medicine placed front and centre of the University’s priorities by being based at our new Clyde Waterfront Innovation Campus.”

First published: 28 July 2019