Exterior view of the TIC building

Glasgow City Innovation DistrictTechnology & Innovation Zone

The Technology and Innovation Zone is an ambitious project from the University of Strathclyde, promoting collaboration between researchers, academics and industry to create solutions to important industrial challenges.

The Technology and Innovation Zone sits within the Glasgow City Innovation District - Scotland’s first innovation district and a global hub for entrepreneurship, innovation and collaboration.

The Technology and Innovation Zone builds on Strathclyde’s successful ‘industry-led cluster’ model becoming the focal point for the clusters and the University’s primary means for industry engagement. It provides access to external academic and commercial experts to augment those available within the district and the University of Strathclyde. The clusters feed into the innovation ecosystem and include:

Charles Huang Advanced Technology & Innovation Centre

Explore the consultation on our proposals to develop a new Charles Huang Advanced Technology & Innovation Centre on land at High Street, Ingram Street and Shuttle Street, Glasgow.

These web pages are part of the pre-application consultation before a planning application is submitted to Glasgow City Council in November 2022.   

In them we have set out the background to our proposals, identifying our vision for the site and how the emerging proposals have been developed.

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the technology and innovation centre in the sun

Glasgow City Innovation District

Scotland's first innovation district

Glasgow City Innovation District is a hub for entrepreneurship, innovation, and collaboration. It builds on Scotland’s rich tradition of scientific excellence and industrial collaboration.

Bringing together ambitious, forward-thinking people, the District is tackling societal and global challenges and driving inclusive economic growth.

Glasgow City Innovation District

Charles Huang Foundation:
A transformational gift

In September 2021, the University received £50 million from alumnus and global business leader Dr Charles Huang from his philanthropic foundation.

The gift is the largest Strathclyde has ever received – and is set to transform the lives of students and the global communities we serve.

Read more about the four areas the gift will support.

Charles Huang Foundation

Dr Charles Huang and Professor Sir Jim McDonald.