Cardiff’s University is committed to be a world-leading, research-led university where interdisciplinary themes facilitate research and teaching excellence.Bridging Disciplines
Did you know?
46% of the RCUK budget in 2008 went into 6 cross-disciplinary themes
63% of the EU FP7 budget is for the 10 themes of the Cooperation Programme
Highlights of Cardiff’s Interdisciplinary Research
Cardiff University is one of the world leaders in imaging technology with CUBRIC and EMRIC being one of the first facilities in the UK to combine functional MRI and MEG allowing mapping of the structure and function of the human brain.
Cardiff Humanities Research Institute (CHRI)
Cardiff Humanities Research Institute (CHRI) encourages and supports high-quality innovative and collaborative research in and with the Humanities at Cardiff.
All Wales Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI)
The Low Carbon Research Institute (LCRI) is a virtual organisation that will change the landscape of the academic discipline of energy research in Wales.
Cardiff University Innovative Manufacturing Research Centre (CUIMRC)
CUIMRC’s mission is to assist in the evolution of the UK Manufacturing sector by the provision of sustainable solutions research focussed on the critically interrelated areas of business change, logistics and advanced manufacturing technologies, through the integration of wide ranging sets of complementary business and engineering capabilities.
Cardiff Institute of Tissue Engineering and Repair (CITER)
CITER aims to be an internationally recognised centre of excellence in the field of tissue engineering and repair, focusing on interdisciplinary research, education and clinical practice to address competitive, topical and important biomedical research.