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Each partner runs specialist facilities into which all MIBTP students will be welcome for discussions, joint projects and tuition. Openness and collaboration between our Institutions enables cross-partner access to state-of-the-art facilities including:

MIBTP research will be assisted by high performance computer clusters that are used for large dataset analysis. Core shared facilities include:

In addition to research hardware, there are a multitude of specialist workshops and learned society meetings arranged by and hosted at our institutions, providing both intellectual stimulation and professional internship opportunities for our cohort. For example, The Chemistry and Biology of Natural Products Symposium is in its eighth year and is run for and by PhD students with some PDRA assistance. Collaborative strength in Artificial Intelligence (AI) and analytical approaches is demonstrated by the presence of Alan Turing Institute for Data Science Fellows at the University of WarwickLink opens in a new window, University of BirminghamLink opens in a new window and the University of LeicesterLink opens in a new window.

The University of Leicester also have a full database of their equipment.