Wolfson in winter sunshine.

Campus updateWolfson Building

We have completed the £15.5 million redevelopment of the Wolfson Building, establishing it as the centre of Strathclyde’s UK-leading Department of Biomedical Engineering.

Our new investment in Wolfson will help the department to capitalise on its successes and expand its teaching and research capacity. The Wolfson’s first-class research and teaching facilities will help to provide an enhanced experience for current and future students and staff. Watch our fly-through video below.

 

Strathclyde students in a lab

This exciting, innovative and bold redevelopment project has seen the transformation of Biomedical Engineering Facilities at the University of Strathclyde, including:

  • new research and teaching laboratories
  • modern, flexible teaching facilities
  • increased office accommodation for staff and students
  • new social and engagement spaces for students.

Images courtesy of Wellwood Leslie Architects and Multivista Wolfson Building Gallery

  • Outdoor view of the renovated Wolfson Building
  • Inside the renovated Wolfson Building
  • Renovated teaching and research spaces inside the Wolfson Building
  • Renovated Wolfson Building, outdoor view
  • Inside the renovated Wolfson Building
  • Wolfson building, work in progress
  • Wolfson building, work in progress
  • Outdoor view of the renovated Wolfson Building
  • Inside the renovated Wolfson Building
  • Renovated teaching and research spaces inside the Wolfson Building
  • Renovated Wolfson Building, outdoor view
  • Inside the renovated Wolfson Building
  • Wolfson building, work in progress
  • Wolfson building, work in progress