Lab infrastructure

Lab infrastructure encompasses the physical, technological, and organisational components that constitute a laboratory space. It comprises various elements crucial for scientific research, experimentation, and analysis. The infrastructure of laboratory facilities within the university plays a pivotal role in fostering creativity, exploration, and practical learning experiences, contributing to academic success. Substantial investments have been dedicated to enhancing the laboratory infrastructure to align with the evolving requirements of modern education and research.

These state-of-the-art facilities include specialised laboratories tailored to specific fields of study. Each laboratory is equipped with modern instruments and apparatus, providing students and faculty with access to sophisticated tools essential for cutting-edge research and experimentation. The commitment to maintaining up-to-date lab infrastructure ensures that the university remains at the forefront of scientific advancements, facilitating a conducive environment for innovation and discovery.

School of Chemical Sciences
School of Biosciences
School of Computer Sciences
School of Environmental Sciences
School of Pure and Applied Physics
School of Artificial Intelligence and Robotics
School of Energy Materials