SUERC is a lead participant in two of Scotland's Research Pooling Initiatives - SAGES, the Scottish Alliance for Geoscience, Environment and Society and ECOSSE, the Edinburgh Collaborative in Sub-Surface Engineering, part of the Edinburgh Research Partnership in Engineering and Mathematics.
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Click on this link to find out more about ECOSSE
Welcome to the Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre (SUERC)
SUERC, The Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre, is a collaborative facility operated jointly by the University of Glasgow and Edinburgh University. We also host five Natural Environment Research Council (NERC) Facilities that are available to UK scientists through competitive application to the relevant Steering Committees. The SUERC Accelerator Mass Spectrometer Laboratory is recognised by NERC as a suitable facility to undertake NERC-funded science.
SUERC’s mission is to perform, stimulate and support high quality basic, applied and strategic research, within the Scottish University community and beyond, in the Earth, Environmental and Biomedical Sciences through development and maintenance of high-end analytical facilities, inter-disciplinary exchange and collaborative interaction. SUERC provides a focus in Scotland for high quality research through its own research programme and by assisting partner universities successfully to bid for research grants and deliver research outputs. Through teaching and training, SUERC contributes to the future supply of highly able scientists. Commercial research and testing is a valuable source of additional income and frequently contributes to national welfare and security.