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Our Schools and departments run award-winning programmes that make a valuable contribution to business, industry and the community.
Research is led by experienced Directors of Research who have achieved international recognition in their field. They give postgraduates the opportunity to carry out cutting-edge research using world-class research facilities while providing businesses with the highest-quality expertise.
A comprehensive list of the wide-ranging research currently being carried out across the university.
We are dedicated to solving real-world problems and benefiting business, industry and regional and international communities through high-quality research based around sustainable development and buildings and design.
We advance business policy and practice through research programmes structured around five core areas: social network analysis, public services, work and employment, governance, risk and accountability and supply chain management.
Research conducted by our postgraduate students has been acclaimed for addressing practical and significant real-life problems in areas such as fire safety engineering, computational mechanics, aero acoustics and network optimisation.
We are proud of our close, long-standing relationships with external educational partners. Our current areas of research include vocational education and training, secondary and primary school improvement and youth education.
We carry out research activities in five key areas: the storage and handling of bulk solids, electronics manufacturing, computer and communications engineering, infrastructure management and innovative product development.
Greenwich Maritime Institute's current research projects include: Compassion and Politics: Age, Disability and the Greenwich Hospital Project 1694-1763; Women in Fishing; and Sustaining the Empire: War, the Navy and the Contractor State.
High-quality academic and applied research into health, psychology and social care is carried out by the School.
We run postgraduate research programmes in fields and disciplines such as media studies, cultural studies, literature and linguistics, social and political history, creative writing, social sciences, law and criminology.
Our School of Science's research activities have garnered worldwide praise and recognition. The School's researchers regularly give presentations on their work at national and international conferences and our postgraduate students frequently secure noteworthy jobs.
Research projects conducted within our Natural Resources Institute have been recognised internationally and have won numerous awards. The institute's thriving research programme is supported by unrivalled facilities and a world-class tropical agriculture library.
The eCentre is the University of Greenwich's research centre for digital technologies, the development and use of new services and technologies across the web, and any other distributed systems.