Research technology service
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Apps Anywhere is the University's centralised store of applications that can be run on any user's PC. It includes many applications useful for researchers.
Datacentre hardware hosting
Dedicated hardware can be hosted with IT Services dedicated award-winning datacentre.
Importing publications into PURE
The Research and Innovation Services Team can help new members of the University to import their publications into PURE.
Microsoft Teams is a collaboration and productivty tool for University staff.
Image database is a standards (VRA) compliant web based image repository for use by researchers.
High Performance Computing grant costing advice
The HPC team can help with costs for any grant application involving HPC. More information on our High performance computing site.
Security vulnerability notification service
The University Computer Security Incident Response Team (CSIRT) offer a service to email you any new high priority security vulnerabilities.
Research Computing can develop software for visualising your research data.
Powder x-ray diffraction
The School of Chemistry has six powder x-ray diffractometers.
Solid state NMR spectroscopy
A solid-state NMR service is available with access to 400 MHz HFXY and 600 MHz Bruker Avance III spectrometers.