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College of Science Research Centres

Research is integral to the role the College of Science plays as an innovator and educator. The research carried out here is transforming technologies in disciplines as varied as robotics, animal science, drug delivery and laser engineering.

Subject-focused research centres promote a vigorous research culture, and allow for a pooling of the skills and experience of researchers. Research-active academics collaborate, often on an inter-disciplinary basis, on projects that further the College’s research strategy, and that are relevant to national and international communities.

 

Laboratory of Vision Engineering

‌Specialising in the capture, transmission, processing and understanding of image, video and other high-dimensional data, LoVE focuses on several application areas including: healthcare; scientific; security and environmental monitoring; as well as the design/supply/testing of novel CMOS imagers and systems.

Laboratory of Vision Engineering

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Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems

‌L-CAS specialises in perception, learning, decision-making and control for autonomous systems, such as robots, and the integration of these capabilities in applications including personal robotics, healthcare, agri-food, security, and intelligent transportation.

Lincoln Centre for Autonomous Systems

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Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health (LCWPH)

LCWPH will focus on solving the most pressing global environmental and societal problems emerging from the world’s largest rivers (WLRs). These include climate change impacts on extreme floods and droughts, flood-related contamination from metal mining and processing, water-borne and vector-borne diseases affecting humans and animals, where riverine environments provide the principal habitat.

Lincoln Centre for Water and Planetary Health (LCWPH)

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College of Science Research Groups