Bayes Centre

Space Innovation Hub at Edinburgh

We are the University of Edinburgh’s Space Innovation Hub

The University of Edinburgh is working to bring stakeholders in the Scottish space sector closer together and introduce outstanding Research and Development into the ecosystem. 

As the coordinating hub for DDI Space and Satellites activities, the Bayes Centre is focussed on working with industry, governments, and NGOs to accelerate the translation of the University of Edinburgh's cutting-edge Space and Satellite research into social and economic impact. 

About Space Innovation at the University

Cutting-edge space and satellite research at the University of Edinburgh is catapulting Edinburgh to the forefront as the Space Data Capital of Europe

Space and Satellites Team

Murray Collins and Kristina Tamane present to audience inside Bayes Centre
This is a growing and expanding list of key colleagues across the University working on space-based projects.

Achievements so far

Kristine Tamane presents on stage at UK Space Conference 2019
Edinburgh: A Space University

Student Engagement

Scotland from Space
Why should students get involved in Space and Satellites?

Space Ecosystem

Earth from space
Space Ecosystem

News

News
What the Space and Satellites team have been up to