About the Centre
The nmRC was officially opened on the 20th April 2016 with the aim of enabling and advancing world-leading nanoscale and microscale research. The Centre is a cross-faculty hub providing facilities and expertise for research across the engineering, physical and life sciences. The Centre is well placed and ready to support academics in achieving excellence in their research and leveraging the funding available in the nanosciences and related interdisciplinary areas.
Access and finding the nmRC
The Centre is a multi-disciplinary facility, and we welcome enquiries from within the University of Nottingham, the wider academic community, and from industry.
Having previously been hosted in the Physics Building from 2007 to 2015, the Centre has now moved to the Cripps South building (building 53) on the University Park campus (formerly the Cripps Computing Centre) - more directions and maps can be found here.
For all general enquiries about access to nmRC facilities, including cost estimates, please contact Dr Sarah Stevens.
The nmRC is now based at the Cripps South Building, University Park, Nottingham.