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Our research objectives

Our research objectives

Our multidisciplinary research brings engineers and other physical scientists to the life sciences interface.

This combination of expertise is required to generate groundbreaking and useful technologies that can be applied to urgent questions in biological and medical research.

This environment fosters an integrated view of science that is likely to become the hallmark of successful research in the future. 

Much of our work lends itself to commercial exploitation. This allows us to involve industrial partners as collaborators and ensures that our research remains connected to potential applications.

The output of our research benefits basic research, applied research, clinical studies and industrial exploitation alike.

Research themes