The School is well equipped to undertake research work across the social sciences and in the field of physical geography. Research takes place in the School or as part of the work of the Research Centres integral to the School.
Research in physical geography is supported by a number of School run laboratories which include the Newcastle Cosmogenic Isotope Facility, the Geomorphology Laboratory, the chemical, paleoecology and organic chemistry laboratories and the Spatial Analysis Laboratory.
For information on Newcastle Cosmogenic Isotope Facility, please contact Dr Anne-Sophie Mériaux. For information about our geomorphology, chemistry and spatial analysis facilities, please contact Dr Emma Pearson.
The Newcastle Institute for Research on Sustainability (NIReS) hosts a range of facilities and services utilised by research staff in the School.
The Jean Monnet Centre is a key resource that staff and students in the School utilise when engaging with the wider community on the subject of the European Union through their seminars, debating and other activities.