An innovative £26m building at the heart of Edge Hill University’s campus, due for completion in June 2018, will be named Catalyst.
Edge Hill University is continuing to develop its state-of-the-art campus with the transformation of the Geosciences building, completed in time for the start of the academic year.
Edge Hill has unveiled its new £13m Tech Hub, a state-of-the-art facility which is home to the CAVE, the UK’s first super immersive 3D virtual environment.
Edge Hill University is set to unveil the CAVE, the UK’s first super immersive 3D virtual environment as part of its new £13m Technology Hub.
Work on our two new campus developments is progressing well, creating new teaching space for the University’s Department of Computing in the brand new technology hub, and revamping the existing Geosciences building ready for the start of the academic year in September 2016.
Artist’s impressions have revealed what the revamped Geosciences building will look like following its current extension work.
Work will soon begin on two more developments on Edge Hill’s campus after local authority planners gave the schemes the green light.
Author and broadcaster Stuart Maconie, one of Edge Hill’s most celebrated alumni, will officially open the University’s flagship £17m Creative Edge building next month.
Media theory and photography lecturer Neill Cockwill has captured a 312-day long exposure of which shows the entire construction of Creative Edge, plus solar flare demonstrating the sun’s path.