NCRC continues to provide cutting-edge innovation
Translational research — that bench-to-bedside work that directly impacts human health — enlists the talents of doctors and designers, programmers and scientists, engineers and entrepreneurs. Their collaborations require state-of-the-art research, lab, and meeting space that can break down traditional scientific research silos and enable pioneering approaches to investigation and implementation.
The North Campus Research Complex has the capacity to support this kind of leading-edge, trans-disciplinary innovation at U-M. In the past seven years, NCRC has created more than 350 new jobs, hosted over 1,000 events, and more than 30 partnerships have co-located to the facility. Meanwhile, according to the latest NCRC annual report, the complex has kept operating expenses under budget each year.
“Whether you are a faculty member, researcher, or business employee; a student or a member of the Ann Arbor community, we invite you to be a part of NCRC’s exciting growth,” said David Canter, executive director of NCRC.
“NCRC faculty members, researchers, administrators and students have built a diverse, inclusive community in which they can take risks and do research differently,” Canter said.
Follow the links below to see highlights from NCRC’s annual report.
The entire report can be found on the NCRC website.
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