Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery (INsD)
The Kavli Institute for Nanoscience Discovery (Kavli INsD) is a groundbreaking interdisciplinary science institute focused on world-class nanoscience research. Established in April 2021 as the 20th institute funded by the esteemed Kavli Foundation, Kavli INsD is the University of Oxford's first institute spanning the life, medical, and physical sciences.
With a strong culture of collaboration and curiosity driven research our team of 40 faculty and 400 researchers are leading discovery into the most basic unit of life, the cell.
The world leading teams from structural biology, biochemistry, pathology, chemistry, physics, physiology and engineering work together to make significant contributions to global health.
Kavli INsD is led by Professor Carol Robinson, who is a highly decorated chemist known for her work in using mass spectrometry to elucidate the 3D structures of proteins.