The University of Minnesota’s Biomedical Discovery District (BDD) is a complex of buildings on the Twin Cities campus designed to enable researchers from across the University’s health sciences to work side by side.
The BDD is a key driver of scientific discovery, and it plays a significant role in helping Minnesota remain a leader in bioscience industry.
The BDD is the result of a major public/private partnership approved by the Minnesota state legislature in 2008. It allowed for nearly $300 million in investment to develop these buildings.
Today these facilities are: