Our interdisciplinary research centres are the home of world-class research that brings together expertise from across the University enabling us to provide real-world solutions and opportunities that have an impact on society.
The Centre for Criminal Justice Research and Partnerships is a dynamic collaboration of academics from a broad range of disciplines who can respond in a timely and innovative way to the challenges faced by a diverse range of external partners.
We try to understand the relationship between technology and people. Such research requires big data and big teams working across and within multiple disciplines and in partnership with the local community and beyond.
The UCLan Research Centre for Migration, Diaspora and Exile (MIDEX) develops in-depth, state-of-the-art and impactful analysis of cultural, political, social, socio-legal and historical topics within migration, diaspora and exile.
The UCLan THRIVE Research Centre researches and evaluates the interaction between factors and mechanisms that influence human survival, flourishing, and transformation in the early years (first 1000 days) of life.