BRDG Park has exceptional resources to support the scientific and business needs of emerging life-science and clean-tech companies from the incubation to post-incubation stage, where ideas become tangible technologies.
Resources not only include buildings containing wet laboratory and office space designed for plant and life-science companies, but also the intellectual capital of Danforth Science Center scientists to discuss research and its applications. Vital on-site resources also include one of the most technologically advanced growth facilities in the nation, featuring greenhouse, growth chambers, microscopy and proteomics facilities.
Key on-site partnerships also provide important resources, such as St. Louis Community College, which has an on-campus program for technical workforce development and training, creating unique and innovative opportunities for collaboration.
BRDG Park is only minutes away from Washington and St. Louis Universities and Missouri Botanical Garden – which operates one of the largest herbaria in the world with 6 million specimens – as well as leading scientific companies, such as Monsanto and Pfizer.