The science and technology facilities on Clifton campus have seen millions of pounds investment over the last few years. From the development of our Natural Science Research facility, to the Trent Astronomical Observatory and brand new Rosalind Franklin Laboratory, we provide facilities that enhance the quality of our education and push the boundaries of our research.
This on-site facility is used as a training site for students and professionals for forensic analysis and training.
Approved by the British Olympic Association, the chamber enables control of environmental variables to be matched with anywhere on the planet.
The facility houses world-class laser processing equipment, a class 100 clean-room and X-ray security imaging and complements liquid crystals, optical imaging and magnetic imaging research.
The facility supports and enhances the School’s research in physics, biosciences, chemistry, imaging, materials and sport.
Opened in 2012 this hi spec multi-million pound science lab supports chemistry and bioscience teaching and research.
This rare and unique resource has an impressive five metre diameter revolving dome structure housing the 20 foot modified Newtonian and a 14 foot Meade LX200 telescope.