Our researchers are making breakthroughs that change lives locally and globally.
Our researchers are working to transform society. They’re pushing boundaries, inspiring innovation and finding solutions to some of the biggest challenges we face. From safeguarding mangrove swamps in Brazil to pioneering treatments for Crohn’s disease and fighting cyber crime.
At a time when the questions facing the world demand all our creativity and invention, our ground-breaking research is vital to turn knowledge into life-changing
solutions. With your support we can do more, faster. You can help fund new postgraduate posts that will create the next generation of researchers and innovators.
Our graduates are working with Scottish Enterprise to help develop leadership skills in the tourism sector, working alongside Police Scotland to train detectives in the latest cybercrime techniques and collaborating with health charities to tackle Crohn’s and other diseases.
Our research graduates develop close relationships with the private, public and third sectors to benefit the educational development of other student’s and create future research opportunities.
You can help to support and create the next generation of researchers and innovators.
For more information on making a gift and getting involved please contact Hannah Schlesinger, Head of External Engagement at email@example.com.
Professor Mark Huxham, Environmental Biology
"Combining mangrove forest conservation with community development in Kenya, Bright Aye tackles problems of chronic poverty, limited access to education and the vulnerability of a vital ecosystem.
We bring together researchers, students and educators from Scotland and East Africa to work on projects of local benefit and global significance. Support for this vital work will have an impact at a regional, national and international level.”