NCRC Annual Report 2012
A new annual report shows how the North Campus Research Complex has delivered on several promises in the last three years. A quick look at some key facts about NCRC provides a picture of vibrant growth. Over 1,600 people now work at NCRC. Research growth at NCRC has been significant. With seven well-established, interdisciplinary research programs and eight scientific core services, 148 faculty members and several other researchers, doctoral and post-doctoral students and technicians, the promise of cutting edge research is becoming a reality. NCRC is now home to the nationally significant Institute for Healthcare Policy and Innovation. Partnerships with private industry have been established and are growing, with two private companies on site and 19 companies in the Venture Accelerator.
Today, NCRC is a thriving community. A large number of events take place on its site, attracting thousands of attendees in the last few years. Dining options have grown, exercise classes are offered regularly and an exciting art program brings innovative art at the intersection of science and art to this campus. With regular and frequent bus connections with the rest of U-M campus, the newest addition to North Campus is now well integrated and connected to the University of Michigan.