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          The University of Southampton

          Research centres and institutes

          Our research centres, research institutes and doctoral training centres are home to some of the most innovative researchers and research projects in the world.

          Interdisciplinary research

          Working together to find solutions

          As a research intensive University with over 300 research groups, we aim for teamwork across disciplines to tackle global challenges.

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          The Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art and Design is highlighting the importance of the arts
          Futures in art and design

          Featured research groups

          Health Ethics and Law Network (HEAL) – This interdisciplinary network brings together over 70 scholars from different disciplines to better explore the nature of law as it relates to healthcare and ethics. HEAL regularly contributes to consultations and debates informing policy-making, and is working to bring together a nationally recognised interdisciplinary body of academics and healthcare professionals.

          Winchester Centre for Global Futures in Art and Design – This centre highlights the significance of art, design and media in our culture. It is also dedicated to creating and sustaining mutually beneficial partnerships which benefit diverse social groups.

          The Institute for Sound and Vibration Research is world-leading in its field
          Sound and Vibration Research

          Institute for Sound and Vibration Research (ISVR) – The ISVR is the world’s leading centre for research and teaching in sound and vibration. ISVR works closely with industry, government departments, health authorities and the European community to ensure our work is relevant to the needs of society.

          National Centre of Advanced Tribology at Southampton (nCATS) – Our multidisciplinary tribology centre links world-class research groups in key disciplines to advance our work in computational and experimental tribology. We work with the National Physical Laboratory, Teddington (NPL) and with other universities specialising in tribology on joint projects.

          Parkes Institute – This unique centre studies Jewish and non-Jewish relations throughout history and into the present day. The centre houses the Parkes Library and Archive which is the largest collection in Europe on the subject of Jewish history, and the only one in the world dedicated to the relationship between Jews and non-Jews. Our members are very actively involved in outreach work.

          We have led the field in optoelectronics for over 40 years

          Zepler Institute of Photonics and Nanoelectronics – Over the past 40 years the Zepler Institute of Photonics and Nanoelectronics, incorporating the Optoelectronics Research Centre, has played a major role in the remarkable growth of the photonics industry, and it remains one of the world’s leading centres for photonics research.

          ESRC Research Centre for Population Change – This is the UK’s first research centre on population change, which partners with National Records of Scotland and the Office for National Statistics to understand the important drivers and implications of population change.

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