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Technology & Innovation Centre

The Technology & Innovation Centre at the University of Strathclyde is a hub for world-leading research, transforming the way academics, business, industry and the public sector work in partnership.

We're working together to find solutions to challenges that matter in areas of economic importance including energy, health, future cities and manufacturing. We're helping companies to compete globally.

Our aim is to translate fundamental research, development and innovation in enabling technologies through to meaningful applications in areas such as:
  • low carbon power and energy systems
  • advanced sensors and ICT
  • high-value manufacturing and engineering
  • nanoscience
  • plasma physics
  • continuous pharmaceutical manufacturing

Developed with industry, for industry

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About the Technology & Innovation Centre

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Smartphone device to tackle blindness

A portable eye examination kit which consists of smartphone apps and an adapter, has been engineered at the University of Strathclyde and NHS Greater Glasgow and Clyde. It can be used by health workers anywhere in the world to test eyes easily and affordably in the community.
Portable Eye Examination Kit in use.

Strathclyde joins oil and gas research consortium

Oil refinery equipment

The universities of Strathclyde, Hull and Cambridge, have joined ReFINE (Researching Fracking in Europe) – an independent research consortium focusing on shale gas and oil exploitation using fracking methods.

Strathclyde's key role in Quantum Technology Hubs

The University of Strathclyde is the only UK higher education institution involved in four new Quantum Technology Hubs, as part of a £270 million investment programme.

Quantum technology

Photo gallery

Technology & Innovation Centre in September 2013

Take a look at our photos showing the different stages of the building of the centre.

The Technology & Innovation Centre is over 25,000 square metres – equivalent of 100 tennis courts