University of Surrey research is addressing this century’s most pressing challenges, fuelling students with a spirit of curiosity and drive to improve the world.
In the 2014 Research Exercise Framework (REF), 98 per cent of our research outputs were rated to be world-leading, internationally excellent or internationally recognised in terms of originality, significance and rigour.
With the development of the world’s first 5G Innovation Centre, new School of Veterinary Medicine and dedicated mobile mHealth Research Centre, the University of Surrey is uniquely placed to deliver an innovative educational environment that will drive forward next generation healthcare.
The University of Surrey is proud to be working in collaboration with TERI University in New Delhi, India, to identify, understand and develop solutions to the socio-economic and environmental challenges faced by developing countries.
The University of Surrey has launched a pioneering new approach called ‘Innovation for Health’, which will help change the delivery of healthcare in the UK.
Canine Chiari-like malformation (CM) is a complex abnormality of the skull, neck and head associated with miniaturisation, which can lead to pain disorders and the spinal cord disease syringomyelia (SM). The number of diagnosed cases and their severity has increased dramatically during the last 20 years and can be seen in many toy breed dogs and their crosses.
Contributing to the design of public policy is challenging and assessing the success of such policies can be extremely difficult. The new Centre for Evaluation of Complexity across the Nexus (CECAN) aims to develop a culture of evidence-based decision-making and cross-fertilise knowledge and best practice between Government, the private sector and academia.
The EU referendum and subsequent ‘Brexit’ have dominated media and political debate in the UK and internationally, causing one of the most profound ruptures to public policy in the past century.
Surrey's Photonics Group has played a pivotal role in understanding and developing compound semiconductors for use in photonic devices. The strained-layer quantum well technology developed by Surrey research is now incorporated in the vast majority of CD, DVD and Blu-ray systems, in telecommunications and the internet and in LEDs for solid-state lighting.
Since 2008, expertise and resources in Surrey's dance division including Surrey's National Resource Centre for Dance, which was established in 1982, have contributed to creating an innovative dance archive for the public.
The University of Surrey is home to the International Guitar Research Centre (IGRC), a hub for guitar music, research and practice. In the last decade, academics Professor Steve Goss and Dr Milton Mermikides have led the development of new techniques, in particular the innovative use of acoustic resonance.