The University has a number of research centres and partnerships related to health, development, social justice, and the environment.
The Global Health Academy exists to improve global health and make life better through collaborative, interdisciplinary research, education and resource development.
The Global Development Academy supports research across disciplines, including medicine, science and education, that generates new connections between north and south.
SCCS is exploring engineering solutions to contain carbon emissions.
The Centre for Infectious Disease works with members of a remote community in Cameroon on a community-directed treatment for river blindness.
The Just World Institute seeks to understand and influence the principles, policies, and institutions of international order in their economic, political, social, security, and ethical dimensions.
CECS is a dynamic research group from the environmental and rural sciences that is committed to the sustainable management and use of the World's natural resources.
The Centre for Cognitive Ageing and Cognitive Epidemiology is a centre of excellence to advance research into how ageing affects cognition, and how mental ability in youth affects health and longevity.
CRFR produces, stimulates and disseminates high quality social research and commentary on families and relationships.
This article was published on May 19, 2011