Another great photo taken by a drone of Delft Dynamics, that shows the progress of the construction of YES!Delft Labs well. It shows the laying of the so called channel and lewis floor plates of the 4th floor. This week they also started putting up the facade. Photo: Delft Dynamics
The October edition of 'De Ingenieur' reports extensively about YES!Delft, the expansion on science park Technopolis and focus on biotechnology. This year YES!Delft celebrates its tenth anniversary. As of next year, the incubator can also facilitate biotech related start-ups in the adjacent building, that is currently being build. While YES!Delft selects increasingly stringent, TU Delft keeps all options open for
One who passes the Molengraaffsingel regularly sees YES!Delft with biofacilities growing every day. Every week the building, that will offer office and laboratory space in the near future, rises with one whole floor. This week (week 38) they are working on the second floor. Mid november the sixth and top floor will be placed. How can that be so fast?
Following the start of construction of YES!Delft with bio-facilities, Dutch radiostation BNR Newsradio paid attention to the new building in their radio show 'Zakendoen met' (Doing business with) on July 9, 2015. Rolph Segers, program manager at the TU Delft Valorisation Centre, explained about the importance of the property for the biotech sector. Listen to the fragment (in Dutch) BNR