The CNH offers access to over 50 academic staff from the Colleges of Medicine, Engineering and Science, Health Board (NHS) clinicians, and industry. This 1600m2 purpose build open access facility provides a technology and innovation base for SMEs in Wales and beyond. To date CNH has initiated many collaborative projects with industry and other HEIs realising more than £15 Million further investment.
The Centre is a member of several global nanohealth networks including leading The Celtic Alliance for NanoHealth, the Alliance for NanoHealth, ETP nanomedicine and is a founding member of the Health Science and Technologies Collaborative Innovation Centre with Soochow University and Biobay in Suzhou, China.
Believed to be Europe’s First Centre for NanoHealth, the circa £22 million project was funded through £10 million from the European Regional Development Fund through the Welsh Government, Swansea University, Abertawe Bro Morgannwg University Health Board, Welsh Government Department for Health and Social Services and the Private Sector.
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|Distance To London||By Train||By Car|
|Mile / Time||4.30 Hours||190 Mile/3.30 Hours|