Many of the institutes and centres associated with GESA offer opportunities for postgraduate research at MSc and PhD level.
Drawing on the disciplines of neuroscience, cognitive science, computer science, computational science, mathematics and statistics.
Promoting interdisciplinary research in the humanities and social sciences.
Researching topics from the cell to the stratosphere.
The largest carbon storage grouping in the UK.
Bringing together colleagues in Energy Systems and Wave Power.
Linking the application of science to policy formulation and implementation.
Interdisciplinary, whole systems research informs UK policy development and research strategy.
A collaborative facility operated by the Universities of Glasgow and Edinburgh, providing world-class analytical facilities.
Occupying a central, strategic position in both national and international networks of scholars working on the EU.
Closely integrating research with teaching, providing a wide range of stimulating courses led by researchers at the forefront of their fields.
Understanding and predicting Global Environmental Change.
Also forming the discipline of Civil and Environmental Engineering. Ten separate degrees are taught within this field.
Recognised internationally as an exchange forum between scholars in philosophy of law, sociological and anthropological approaches to law, criminology and penology.
Carrying out world-class research on the design, synthesis, processing, properties and applications of materials.
An international research centre working in association with the University and Heriot-Watt University to contribute new evidence on why inclusive access to the outdoors matters.
Formed to bring together the interdisciplinary network of researchers working in these fields.
This article was published on Nov 8, 2013