The Science and Innovation Centre for Industry was created to close the gap between the scientific community and industry. Using the School of Engineering’s advanced research facilities and expertise in BioEngineering, Cognitive Systems and Energy Engineering, the centre aims to develop projects which will directly impact the future, partnering with industry to create, incubate and upscale technology


We adheres to the seven principles of the Concordat for Research Integrity (2009) which requires all research to be carried out with: Excellence; Honesty; Integrity; Cooperation; Accountability; the development of Training and Skills; and Safety.

Our policy on Safeguarding Good Scientific Practice sets out the principles of Good Scientific Practice; the structure and environment requirements for research; the education and training needs of researchers; handling of primary research data; responsibility for publication and matters relating to Integrity and Standards in Public Life.