The School of Natural and Built Environment has a range of state-of-the-art facilities to support our outstanding students and staff conducting leading-edge research and teaching across all of our disciplines.
Some of our research facilities support several disciplines and range from the interactive mapping tools employed by the Centre for GIS and Geomatics to the high precision radiocarbon analyses conducted by 14Chrono.
Stable Isotope Facility
The Stable Isotope Facility (SIF) specialises in routine stable isotope analysis (CHNOS) for the environmental, archaeological and geo-forensic disciplines
Enabling students at all stages to test ideas through a variety of techniques and to master emerging design technologies that will be integral to future architectural practice
Centre for GIS and Geomatics (CGISG)
The centre promotes research, teaching and outreach in the fields of spatial science, geomatics/geodetics, geostatistical analysis, geo-programming and digital mapping
Characterising, optimising and tailoring the flow behaviour of fresh cement-based systems