2015 NCRC Annual Report
From a lab-grown human heart to a driverless car, the research innovations poised to transform our health and quality of life will increasingly come not from traditional, siloed scientific research, but from trans-disciplinary collaborations between materials scientists and pharmacists, dentists and engineers, doctors and entrepreneurs.
The University of Michigan has two stated missions for its North Campus Research Complex: to expand the University’s strengths in translational research, and to help lead the resurgence of the Michigan economy. We are committed to supporting the collaborations and partnerships essential to complex research programs that build on U-M’s ability to attract the most excellent and innovative researchers, programs, and private companies in the world.
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. It is thrilling to work on this connected, vibrant, flourishing campus.
David Canter, Executive Director, NCRC
2015 NCRC Annual Report Highlights
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