Undergraduate student with the College of Arts & Sciences conducting research


With access to renowned experts and cutting-edge facilities, you can change the world through research and other creative interdisciplinary endeavors.

Research centers, institutes and facilities

Our state-of-the-art research facilities are the backdrop for projects contributing to major issues like cancer treatment and rural resiliency.

$539M endowment (FY18)
More than 1,560 research grants (FY18)
55+ centers and institutes
Dark Energy Spectroscopic Survey is an international collaboration with thousands of members across the globe, and we are happy that we have an opportunity to be part of this cutting-edge research.
Lado Samushia, cosmologist and assistant professor of physics
Fractal aggregates are funny shapes that form when small bits of stuff collide randomly, which happens frequently in nature. Understanding how these aggregates scatter light is useful for climate science and remote sensing applications.
Blaine Fry, junior in physics