Research Resources

The Following Research Resources are available for use at the School of Engineering.
  • The Advanced Adsorption Lab houses the following list of equipment for the purpose of characterising porous materials and undertaking adsorption experiments:

  • Bring your ideas to life at the Engineering Makerspace on the King’s Buildings campus.

    The Engineering Makerspace is a dedicated workspace where students can design, build and test their own engineering models and inventions. Co-run by the School of Engineering and Edinburgh Innovations, it is home to a community of student inventors, from first years to PhD students.

    Lower floor of the Engineering Makerspace with 3 students standing in front of working desk space
  • Our research facilities are located at the William Rankine Building, within the University of Edinburgh's King's Buildings Campus, in Edinburgh, Scotland, UK. This building and the neighbouring Alexander Graham Bell Building host the Institute for Infrastructure and Environment.

    William Rankine Building, King's Buildings, Edinburgh
  • This equipment and the research staff are located in the Scottish Microelectronics Centre (SMC), a purpose built facility at the University's Science and Engineering campus at King's Buildings.

    Scottish Microelectronics Centre
  • Centred in Edinburgh, the SuperLab provides an open & holistic environment where human meets technology, design & engineering across robotics.


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