The Equipment Sharing Project is Cambridge’s global initiative to raise awareness of equipment sharing and drive efficiencies by maximising the opportunity for national and international collaboration. The project evidences our commitment to share equipment; a factor that is under increasing scrutiny when funders are considering grant applications and proposals.
As a Cambridge member of Staff, PhD, MRes, or MPhil research student, you will have access to the Equipment Sharing Database via your university log-in. This can be useful if you are searching for particular or specific equipment to work with, or if you need to find replacement equipment at short notice. To widen collaboration and maximise opportunities to share, Cambridge is part of the larger Science and Engineering South (SES) Consortium that consists of Cambridge, Oxford, Imperial, UCL, Southampton and King's College London; records from all these institutions can be accessed.
Alternatively, for those external to the University, a vast amount of records from the Cambridge Database are openly available via the National Equipment Portal.