Our staff are involved in many different research centres and project consortia involving universities and other institutions around the globe.
Research centres facilitate research programmes across disciplines and between institutions.
Led by the School of GeoSciences, this is the largest such grouping in the UK, with world-class expertise in hydrocarbon geoscience, industrial scale chemical engineering, carbon capture and innovative CO2 use and power plant design.
ERPem, a consortium involving the University of Edinburgh, Heriot-Watt University and Edinburgh Napier University, is organised into six Joint Research Institutes (JRIs) dedicated to world-class research, innovation and education in engineering and mathematical science.
A strategic alliance between Edinburgh and Heriot-Watt Universities investigating the recovery of hydrocarbons from carbonate reservoirs.
A federation of research groups forming the UK’s largest group of scientists involved in exploration geophysics.
CRESH Fosters collaborations between scientists whose research is focused on exploring how physical and social environments can influence health.
The NCEO is a partnership of scientists and institutions who are using data from Earth observation satellites to monitor global and regional changes in the environment.
The UK part of an international consortium founded to understand the oceanic cycles of key trace elements and isotopes.
Providing integrated and interdisciplinary facilities for the application of microbeam analytical techniques to material analysis.
The SUERC is a collaborative facility operated by the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh it provides world-class analytical facilities and hosts several national NERC facilities.
The aim of the CSEC is to promote the study of materials at extremes of pressure and temperature and in electromagnetic fields.
This article was published on May 9, 2013