We are now seeking a philanthropist with a passion for advancing technology and who is able to make a transformative gift, investing in the creation of the new facility.

We will work with you to refine this project brief further as we design the building and our commercial offering. We will also be delighted to welcome you as an advisor to the Centre to help guide us through the first few years of activity.

A gift of £1million will enable us to kit out a new facility at Exeter Science Park and leverage additional support from the University of Exeter and industry partners, bringing the next phase to reality.

Your Involvement

Making a donation at this level will create a step change within Engineering at the University of Exeter, driving forward new technologies for national and international benefit and we want you to feel proud of your support of the Centre. We will be keen to work with you at every step to discuss a donation structure and timeline which suits you and to ensure you are fully briefed on the activity and developments as they happen.

As one of our most generous supporters, we will also look to engage you in the wider work of the University, with regular updates and priority invitations to relevant events and an opportunity to meet with our Vice-Chancellor. We will be delighted to welcome you as an advisor the board to help guide the Centre during its inception. We would be delighted to recognise your support in press releases and media coverage associated with the Centre (if you so wish) and would be keen to explore naming opportunities either at the new site in the heart of Exeter Science Park or on the University’s campus.

To learn more about the Centre, meet the Director and discuss your support, please get in touch on 07747 762114 or s.cherington-rimmell@exeter.ac.uk

Dr Mireille Gillings and husband Dennis donated £10million to medical imagining at the University of Exeter. We have been able to celebrate this generosity by naming the new Neuroimaging Centre which is home to state-of-the-art equipment on the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital in recognition of their support.