About The University of York
The University of York is one of the success stories in the UK higher education. Since their foundation in 1963, they have powered their way to a consistently high ranking in the UK and world University listings.
As one of the world's top universities, and a member of the prestigious Russell Group from August 2012, their research profile is equally impressive on the international stage with joint collaborations around the globe.
The University of York has a number of externally-available facilities and services, including laboratory, engineering, studio and performance spaces.
- Biology Technology Facility
provides access to state-of-the-art bioscience technologies for academic and commercial use
- Centre of Excellence in Mass Spectrometry
provides access state-of-the-art mass spectrometry instrumentation and expertise
customised histotechnology for tissue engineers
- York EMC Services
leading provider of EMC testing, consultancy, training, research and equipment.
- York Green Chemistry Centre of Excellence
offers opportunities to research, promote, develop and implement green solutions
- York Health Economics Consortium
provides consultancy and research in health economics to the NHS and the pharmaceutical and health care industries
- York JEOL Nanocentre
offers a facility for electron microscopy, nanoscience and nanolithography
- York Neuroimaging Centre
offers a facility for investigating human brain function using non-invasive imaging techniques
- York Structural Biology Laboratory
provides resources to aid the development of experimental and computational crystallography
- York Trials Unit
conducts and co-ordinates scientific trials and provides support for external trials
- The Department of Theatre, Film and Television,
Incorporates a 'production village' encompassing theatres, broadcast studios, post-production facilities and Green Screen Black Box film stage
Further information is available on the University of York’s business webpages