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The Catalyst


The Catalyst is a building at Newcastle Helix which hosts 3 research centres of Newcastle University, together with collaborative space for businesses. It host the National Innovation Centre for Ageing, the National Innovation Centre for Data, and the National Institute for Health Research Innovation Observatory (NIHRIO). Construction of the building was completed in October 2019. It was designed by GSS Architecture, with extensive consulation with stakeholders and consultees, with an aim of creating a building that encourages collaboration through shared spaces. 

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The Catalyst, Newcastle Helix

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The Catalyst
- "The Catalyst is our new ground breaking facility that is home to the UK’s National Innovation Centre for Ageing and the National Innovation Centre for Data. The building hosts ...

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The Catalyst - Purpose built for innovation
- "...National Innovation Centre for Ageing...co-located with two other centres of national expertise, the National Innovation Centre for Data and the National Institute for Health Research Innovation Observatory (NIHRIO), the ...

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The Catalyst - VR Tour
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The Catalyst

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