University of Surrey

University of Surrey
Type Disciplines
Educational and Reseach Institutions Electronics Nanomaterials Nanomedicine
Address Postal Code
GU2 7XH United Kingdom
City State / Province
Surrey
E-mail Country
United Kingdom
Web Phone
link +44 (0) 1483 683788
Fax
+44 (0) 1483 682683

The University of Surrey, Guildford, has a reputation for excellence in research in the fields of materials, electronics, communications, ion beam technology and subjects allied to medicine.Nanotechnology is a common thread running through them all.

The University of Surrey has a unique range of analytical equipment and world-renown expertise in the field of nanotechnology and its applications. The University can provide nanofabrication facilities, detailed analysis and information on nanomaterial surface and subsurface quality and composition, strength, fitness for purpose, life cycle considerations of nanomaterials.

The University of Surrey is unique in its broad range of disciplines involved in research into the development of nanotechnology and its impact in the technical, engineering, medical, toxicological, environmental and ethical contexts. UniS can therefore provide formal guidance to your business in the formulation of policy, industrial process, health and safety standards and quality assurance. The University can also provide a source of impartial information vital to the debate on nanotechnology issues.

The University of Surrey provides business with access to up-to-date knowledge developed within the field of micro and nanotechnology through the provision of short, continual professional development (CPD) courses, that are carefully constructed to form modular components, and can lead to a MSc degree. Courses can also be held on the company premises and are recognised for CPD by the Institute of Materials.  The Engineering Doctorate in Micro-and NanoMaterials and Technologies (EngD) provides a combination of high quality education and research experience to enable Research Engineers to acquire the necessary scientific, business and personal skills to allow them to make a significant contribution to industrial research.  Knowledge Transfer Partnerships (KTP), aimed particularly at small or medium sized companies, provide up to 60% of the costs for strategic, high-level development projects whereby the knowledge at the University is imparted to your company via an associate researcher..

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