Collaborative Technology Access Programme (cTAP)

The £11.4m Collaborative Technology Access Programme (cTAP) will include a purpose-built facility to offer businesses managed access to a suite of cutting-edge instrumentation and facilities worth almost £7m.‌

The new facility will sit alongside Lancaster’s new Department of Chemistry and also include the provision of additional instrumentation to Lancaster’s Department of Physics, currently ranked number one in the UK on the basis of the quality of its research.