About 5,000 square feet in the ground floor of UMass Lowell’s Olney Hall is dedicated to the HEROES initiative. It includes wet chemistry, processing and characterization laboratories, offices, conference rooms and a “think tank” area outfitted with a continuous whiteboard on which researchers may brainstorm new ideas.
In addition to this “home base” for DEVCOM SC scientists, they will also have access to labs of their research partners across campus, including those located in the $80 million Mark and Elisia Saab Emerging Technologies and Innovation Center and the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Soldier Center in Natick also offers UMass Lowell faculty and student researchers access to their facilities, which include design, synthesis, engineering and testing laboratories and nano-fabrication facilities.
The Center for Advanced Materials (CAM) has become the focus of advanced materials synthesis and characterization at UMass Lowell. Learn more about the Center for Advanced Materials.
The UMass Lowell Fabric Discovery Center is dedicated space for design, prototyping, pilot manufacturing and testing of high-tech fabrics, flexible electronics and medical textiles. Learn more about next-gen textiles.
Core Research Facilities at UMass Lowell have a mission to provide world-class instrumentation and facilities to our faculty and student researchers. Explore the Core Research Facilities.
The Center for Advanced Manufacturing of Polymers and Soft Materials leverages a strong plastics heritage along with industrial scale equipment to develop advanced nanomanufacturing processes. Check out AMPS.
The Printed Electronics Research Collaborative (PERC) is a strategic partnership between industry, university and government. Check out PERC's capabilities.
The New England Robotics Validation and Experimentation (NERVE) Center is a dedicated research, testing, and training facility. See the facilities.
The UMass Lowell Health Assessment Laboratory (HAL) aims to be a center of excellence in human health assessment. See HAL's capabilities.