University Research Centres and Interdisciplinary Research Centres
To enhance the University's reputation for quality research output and research training and build strategic relationships with other academic insititutions, funding councils, government and the private sector, special status is awarded to prestigious centres which have clearly demonstrated their interdisciplinarity and have also substantially enhanced the University's research base and research income.

Centres A-B

Centres C-E

Centres G-I

Centres L-P

Centres R

Centres S-Y

* denotes an Interdisciplinary Research Centre

Specialist Centres

Brunel Centre for Advanced Solidification Technology Advanced solidification processes for metallic materials.

Brunel Innovation Centre Acoustic waves and allied technologies.

Brunel Institute for Bioengineering Science and engineering for space, health care and industry.

Brunel Institute for Contemporary Middle Eastern Music Middle Eastern composers and musicians.

Experimental Techniques Centre Purpose built laboratories accommodating high resolution electron microscopes.

Health Economics Research Group  Economic evaluation of clinical and health service technologies.

Institute for the Environment Tackling environmental problems in collaboration with industry.

Magna Carta Institute Analyse societies that balance personal freedom and authority.

Wolfson Centre Centre of Materials and Centre for Phosphors and Display Materials.

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