Scottish Research Pooling

Glasgow Caledonian University is a member of a number of research collaborations with other higher education institutions, designed to build dynamic collaborations between research departments to provide Scotland’s universities with a competitive advantage.

We also work collaboratively as a partner in five SFC-funded Innovation Centres, including the Construction Scotland Innovation Centre, the DataLab, the Oil and Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC), CENSIS (The Centre for Sensors and Imaging Systems) and the Digital Health Institute, launched to stimulate university-industry innovation.

These Scottish Research Pooling collaborations include:

Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance

The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) is a collaboration of Scottish Universities whose goal is to develop and extend Scotland’s position as a world leader in Informatics and Computer Science research and education.

Scottish Research Partnership in Engineering

The Scottish Research Partnership in Engineering (SRPE) comprises collaboration between three regional research partnerships based around institutions in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Aberdeen and Dundee. Pan-Scottish research themes include: civil engineering, technologies for high value manufacturing, engineering at the life sciences interface, communications, and energy.

Scottish Institute for Policing Research

The Scottish Institute for Policing Research is a strategic collaboration between 12 of Scotland's universities and the Police Service of Scotland, offering a range of opportunities for conducting relevant, applicable research to help the police meet the challenges of the 21st century and for achieving international excellence for policing research in Scotland.

Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research

The Scottish Centre for Crime and Justice Research is a collaboration of several Scottish universities aiming to contribute to the development of policy, practice and public debate about crime and justice.

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