The University of Arizona is home to over 100 world-class research centers & institutes which serve as hubs of collaboration. The University of Arizona is also home to a number of world-class art and museums. Through collections-based research, teaching, and outreach, the Museums share knowledge and collections with local, national, and international audiences of all ages and backgrounds
Research, Discovery & Innovation oversees a number of shared core research facilities. This extensive offering provides faculty, scientists and students with access to not only to the latest instrumentation, but also to experienced staff with expertise in designing and conducting experiments and analyzing data. In addition to high-quality scientific services, many of these facilities also offer training and education.
The University of Arizona is home to many research resources called “core facilities” that are available for use by faculty, students, and scientists. Among the many UA cores, 12 report directly to the Senior Vice President for Research.
Centers and Institutes
The University of Arizona’s more than 100 centers and institutes provide researchers with the infrastructure necessary to have a wide-reaching impact on our local community and state.
The University of Arizona is home to world-class museums and archives—dedicated to sharing knowledge and resources with local, national, and international audiences—3 of which report directly to the Senior Vice President for Research.