Research Centers and Institutes
CNS Centers, Institutes, Labs, and Research Groups are critical elements in maintaining excellence and enhancing the research environment of the University.
By promoting externally-funded projects and strengthening the collaboration between graduate students and faculty, these research hubs have become essential in fostering innovative scholarship and ground-breaking discovery in a wide range of disciplines.
Advances research in theoretical and experimental physics at the interface of the energy, intensity, and cosmic frontiers.
Connecting individuals, industries, and government agencies with scientists and educators, and providing access to all agricultural expertise on campus.
Engages faculty and students in research and instruction in applied mathematics and scientific computation.
Facilitates interactions between physicists and life scientists and works to engender physically sophisticated research on biological systems.
Develops evolutionary materials research and education.
Conducts research on the relationships among hormones, the brain, physiology, and behavior.
Supports natural, social, and behavioral sciences research on issues relevant to families.
Performs research relating to global climate change.
Fosters collaboration in marine research among the Northeast Marine Fisheries Science Center at Woods Hole, UMass faculty, and students.
Transitioning rapidly away from fossil fuels presents a massive opportunity to design and choose equitable pathways to a net-zero energy system.