Research Support

Through the Office of Science, Innovation, National Laboratories, and Global Initiatives, the University of Chicago makes available resources and programs that help to advance sciences and technology in support of the nation’s interest.

Building Interdisciplinary Teams

The Research Development Support team within the Office of Science, Innovation, National Laboratories and Global Initiatives can work with researchers to foster and support interdisciplinary engagement, hosting collaborative research events, building brainstorming workshops and chalk talks and providing other customized support. Learn more

Shared Facilities

The University keeps a comprehensive list of facilities that represent areas of shared technology, laboratory space, instrumentation and expert staff members, all of which support the research efforts of our researchers. Learn more

Technology Commercialization Guidance and Support

Working with the University's Polsky Center, researchers can take advantage of proof-of-concept funding competitions, mentoring programs, and commercialization guidance. Learn more

University Affiliation

Through the University of Chicago Consortium for Advanced Science and Engineering (UChicago CASE), the University grants affiliation to approved Argonne researchers, enabling them to receive a wide range of benefits, such as the ability to participate in joint research projects, access to facilities, and engagement with students and postdocs. Learn more