The facility which is part of BioCity Scotland is set to become home to around 50 start-up healthcare businesses, creating around 350 jobs over the next five years.
MediCity, which will open in October, will cluster together entrepreneurs, clinicians, developers, innovators and investors in an environment which will facilitate and accelerate MedTech opportunities.
The plans for MediCity will be discussed by BioCity Scotland’s managing director, Dr Diane Harbison, at the sell-out Venturing Ahead event.
Dr Harbison said: "I hope that today’s event will really inspire everyone who attends, and that maybe one day in the not too distant future some of our attendees could be leading exciting new life sciences or MedTech companies of their own.
"Life sciences is a key growth sector of the Scottish economy and is set to double in size in the next five years, so there is so much potential for young companies to thrive, especially in a supportive incubator environment like we have here at BioCity Scotland."
Speakers at the event include Richard Weaver, founder of fast-growing contract research organisation Xenogesis and David Lightbody, CEO of BioGelx, who are a biomaterials company based at BioCity Scotland.
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