DIT R&D Centres
The Business, Society and Sustainability Research Centre is committed to critical and creative analysis and reflection on the impacts of business on the wider society and the impact of the wider society on business.
CREST is the leading surface coatings and corrosion control laboratory in Ireland.
CSER is a dynamic and innovative research centre which seeks to improve the quality of life of children, family and society.
CTMP offers a distinctive, interdisciplinary postgraduate and research environment, dedicated to scholarly and public understandings of migration and globalization, post-conflict/border zones and transcultural identity formations in Ireland and beyond
Food and Health Research Centre
Research in the Food and Health Research Centre (FHRC) is interdisciplinary and applied and is both industry and policy relevant. The cross-disciplinary teams of researchers focus on six thematic areas. For more information download the pdf here: Food and Health Research Centre
GradCAM is an exciting new collaborative initiative of national and all-island significance which builds on the expertise of the Dublin Institute of Technology (DIT), the National College of Art & Design (NCAD), the University of Ulster (UU), and the Institute of Art, Design and Technology, Dún Laoghaire (IADT).
The Inorganic Pharma and Biomimetic Research Centre runs a range of postgraduate and undergraduate research projects aimed at novel materials development for applications as diverse as molecular recognition, biomimetic chemistry and supramolecular chemistry. For more information: e: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Nanolab Research Centre has unparalleled expertise in state of the art nano material characterisation and the analysis of the interaction of Nanomaterials with biological systems, both mammalian and aquatic (fresh and marine water) systems. For more information download pdf here: Nanolab Centre