BRDG Park (pronounced BRIDGE PARK) offers world-class wet labs, office space for lease and on-site workforce training perfect for bioscience startups. Located in the heart of the St. Louis region’s robust life science industry, companies can thrive within a growing and dynamic support system.
From idea to end product, BRDG Park has exceptional resources to support the scientific and business needs of emerging life-science and clean-tech companies. The St. Louis region is home to the world’s largest concentration of plant science Ph.D.s, giving you access to powerful expertise.
The Bio-Research & Development Growth (BRDG) Park at the Danforth Plant Science Center offers leading bio-research facilities with world-class wet labs, office space for lease and on-site workforce training. Emerging scientific enterprises get just the right combination for success – interactions between top scientists and access to state-of-the-art core facilities such as technologically advanced greenhouses, growth chambers, microscopy, proteomics and tissue transformation facilities, as well as other vital resources.
The Danforth Plant Science Center is one of the most technologically advanced bioscience facilities in the nation. The Center’s research is conducted with the goal of looking outward, working toward discoveries that will provide important solutions to big problems, such as drought, malnutrition, hunger and health, as well as preserving our planet.
The Danforth Plant Science Center is the heart of the BRDG Park ecosystem with the perfect amenities for life science and biotechnology startups. Resources include a 300-seat auditorium, high-tech conference rooms, common areas and a cafeteria – all designed for optimum collaboration among the workforce. Wi-Fi, webcasting and teleconferencing make it ideal for offsite collaboration as well.
BRDG Park is located in the St. Louis region, an international hub for plant and life sciences research. You’ll be just minutes from dynamic scientific research centers at Washington and St. Louis Universities and the Missouri Botanical Garden; leading science companies, such as Monsanto, Covidien, Sigma-Aldrich and Bunge North America; and national ag organizations, such as the American Soybean Association and the National Corn Growers Association.