The Laser Processing Research Centre is a recognised centre of excellence in academic laser materials processing research.
Our activities in solid mechanics and materials have seen great developments both in terms of volume of activity and in scientific advances.
The Rolls-Royce Nuclear University Technology Centre was set up to formalise the working relationship between Rolls-Royce and The University of Manchester and to establish a source of knowledge and research capability in designated fields of study.
The Dalton Nuclear Institute at The University of Manchester was launched in 2005 and has established the most advanced academic nuclear research capability in the UK. Through academic and industrial interdisciplinary collaboration, the Institute plays a key role in providing the knowledge and skills needed to deliver a low-carbon future through nuclear energy.
The Centre for Nuclear Energy Technology (C-NET) was established in 2009 as a joint investment between The University of Manchester and the former North West Development Agency. It serves as a centre of excellence for the nuclear energy sector in the North West and makes a valuable contribution to the nuclear skills base within the region and beyond.