Unit DX is a scientific incubator based in central Bristol in the United Kingdom. The 15,000 sq ft compound offers rentable facilities and services for science based startups and small companies. The compound is made up of 10,000 sq ft of laboratory space of Cat 2 BioSaftey standards, and 5,000 sq ft of office space including meeting rooms, shared spaces and other amenities.
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