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Research Facilities


Interested in doing research at NUI Galway? We have many facilities available to those who need them. Find out what you'll have to work with.
Click below to view the facilities in each area:

Biomedical Science and Engineering Facilities

Environment, Marine and Energy Facilities
Informatics, Physical and Computational Sciences Facilities

 

Biomedical Science and Engineering Facilities

Mass Spectrometry

Microscopy

 

Histology Laboratory

 

DNA Analysis Laboratory Equipment

 

Protein Vector Analysis Equipment

 

Materials and Mechanical Testing Equipment

 

Tissue Culture Laboratories

 

Biomaterials



Environment, Marine and Energy Facilities

GIS Facility

The Informatics/GIS facility has the capability to process, manipulate, analyse and display spatial information.  The facility consists of a GIS Training Suite, an informatics office suite, and a depository of imagery datasets.

Carron Field Research Station

The Carron Field research Station is located in the botanically and topographically unique Burren Region in North West County Clare.  The station was established in"75 as a base for research personnel exploring the Burren, and is now also open for use by visiting parties.  The station sleeps 24, has modernized cooking and dining accommodation, several meeting rooms, and a fully serviced teaching laboratory.

Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station

The Mace Head Atmospheric Research Station, in Carna, County Galway has been a site for atmospheric measurements since"58.  The station offers westerly exposure to the North Atlantic ocean  and the opportunity to study atmospheric composition under Northern Hemispheric background conditions, as well as European continental emissions when the winds favour transport from that region.  Facilities include state-of-the-art aerosol and gas instrumentation, cloud and wave radar instrumentation, aerosol and meteorological profilers, micrometeorological flux equipment, and a marine meteorology and chemistry buoy facility.

Rapid Compression and Shock Tube Laboratories

 

 The rapid compression and shock tube laboratories in NUI Galway include state-of-the-art experimental equipment to study the chemistry of combustion and its application to the development of energy-efficient engine and gas turbine combustion systems and the impact of their use on toxic and greenhouse gas emissions, thus helping address the problems of climate change.



Informatics, Physical and Computational Sciences Facilities

Materials characterisation

 

Laser Materials Processing

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