Radix, building number 107, was desinged By DP6 architects in Delft. The latin word 'Radix' is used to indicate the root of a plant in the botanical sciences. Radix’ interior has been executed in greens and earth tones, with a hint of botanically inspired pink and purple.
The building and its courtyards are very light and airy. On every floor, laboratories and their annexes are arranged to optimise cooperation between chair groups and business units through the use of common equipment.
The following organisations are housed in the Radix building:
- Wageningen University's Plant Sciences Chair Groups
- Wageningen Academy
- Special Chair Humanitarian Aid and Reconstruction
- Centre for Development Innovation
- Centre for Genetic Resources, the Netherlands
- Wageningen Livestock Research
- Wageningen Plant Research
- Quantitative Veterinary Epidemiology
- Animal Breeding & Genomics Group
Signs directing you to Wageningen Campus are placed along all major access roads to Wageningen. Once on the campus, follow the ‘P-route’ to car park P1. Here (and at all the other main car parks) you will find signs with directions to the various buildings on the campus. Radix's building number is 107.