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De Montfort University Leicester aims to provide an education that supports students and their teachers with the tools necessary for a successful learning and teaching experience.
The Centre for Reproduction Research is an interdisciplinary centre of expertise focused on the social, cultural and political aspects of human reproduction. It develops new ways of thinking about the complexity of reproduction through the integration of disciplines, approaches and methods. Membership includes representation from sociology, psychology, anthropology, science and technology studies, nursing, midwifery, health policy and health sciences.
The Centre for Computing and Social Responsibility has gained an impressive reputation as a key player in the international research network for the ethical and social implications of Information and Communications Technology.
The Centre for Research and Innovation in Sports Technology and the Law is an innovation centre hosted by De Montfort Law School bringing together leading practitioners, scholars and students of sports law. The focus is on promoting skills, knowledge and expertise in sporting integrity, governance, athlete transitioning and technology of sports in a legal and governance context.
The Centre for Urban Research on Austerity explores the impact of austerity. This includes examining variegated impacts of austerity, retrenchment and neoliberalisation on urban living, the responses of those subjects to effects, and identifies ways that research can help support truly sustainable development, including eliminating poverty and inequality, and giving voice to the marginalised and dispossessed.
The Cinema and Television History Research Institute is a centre of excellence in archival screen heritage. It specialises in evidence-based methods and oral history approaches to inform ground-breaking interdisciplinary research and international collaborations.
The Cyber Technology Institute, recognized as a National Cyber Security Centre academic centre of excellence in cyber security research, provides high quality research and outstanding training and consultancy services in the fields of cyber security, software engineering and smart systems.