The Tyndall National Institute at the National University of Ireland, Cork, is one of Europe’s leading nanotechnology research centres, the Tyndall Institute specialises in ICT hardware research commercialisation of technology and the education of next generation researchers.
Tyndall has a critical mass of over 370 scientists and support staff. The Institute is located in a physically constrained riverside site, within a listed 19th century distillery complex. The form of the new 5,600 sq.m research building stems primarily from its scientific brief, but responds also to the existing buildings on this sensitive site.
University College Cork