Innovation for Health Learning Laboratory

The University of Surrey’s Innovation for Health Learning Laboratory was made possible with the generous support of the Higher Education Funding Council (HEFCE) and the Garfield Weston Foundation and houses shared learning areas for engineering, biosciences and computer science students.

Central Active Learning Space

This space includes eight project ‘pods’ designed to enable group work, this is where engineering and physical science students solve key challenges. It is also used by researchers and healthcare professionals to develop key ideas, and for research sessions with members of the public.

Electronics Laboratory

Accommodating 50 students, this lab allows users to assemble and troubleshoot hardware-based projects such as health monitoring equipment, sensor-based instrumentation, body area networking projects, short range wireless communication projects and data acquisition and processing projects.