Our research groups and centres are a communications catalyst for activity of hundreds of academic staff members. The groups and centres encourage exploration, enquiry and collaboration between staff and students. More than 70 research groups and centres work across the nine Academic Schools with an aim to shape lives and society.
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The recent completion of the Human Genome Project and the advent of technologies such as DNA chips have revolutionised the life sciences, enabling the biological processes to be studied far more comprehensively than was previously possible.
Our work focuses on the development of non-invasive imaging and spectroscopic techniques for art conservation, archaeology and art history
The Centre focuses on the humanities-based study of architecture, material culture and the built environment within a fast evolving context of simultaneous globalisation and heightened awareness of difference.
Dr Nicholas Midgley has recently undertaken research, jointly with Dr Steve Coulson at the University Centre in Svalbard, on glacier mice in Iceland.