The University is its people, first and foremost. But those talented faculty, dedicated staff, and inquisitive students need superior facilities to realize their full potential. This is particularly true in the area of research and instruction in the sciences, where technology, equipment, and methods rapidly — and continuously — evolve. Research facilities at the University of Vermont serve a wide range of fields, from advanced computing, bioengineering, and clinical trials, to animal science and maple sugaring productivity. Now, the University is poised to enhance its inventory of research space with the construction and renovation of several critical facilities.
Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) is the collection of academic disciplines that has been associated with the most promising economic development opportunities — areas from which will come solutions to the greatest challenges we face as a nation, a planet, and a people
Supporting innovative computational research and education at the University of Vermont, the Vermont Advanced Computing Core (VACC) provides a valuable supercomputing resource and accessibility to the UVM research enterprise, attracting world-class faculty and strategic partnerships to both UVM and Vermont.
A groundbreaking ceremony was held in April 2013 for a new Vermont State Health Laboratory co-located with the University of Vermont Colchester Research Facility.
The work of discovery goes on at UVM in many settings: laboratories and clinics, waterways, farmlands and forests, on campus, throughout the state and across the region.
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