Charlotte Research Institute

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The Charlotte Research Institute (CRI) is a partnership between the University of North Carolina at Charlotte and corporations in the region. The goal of CRI is to develop technology-based academic and business partnerships, ranging from consultation to onsite collaborative research. The institute's support of education and research includes its three centers: eBusiness, Optoelectronics and Optical Communications, and Precision Metrology.

The CRI is located on UNC Charlotte's Millennial Campus.

CRI Millennial Campus Facilities[edit]


  • Bioinformatics Building
  • Duke Centennial Hall
  • Energy Production and Infrastructure Center (EPIC)
  • Grigg Hall
  • Kulwicki Motorsports Laboratory
  • Partnership, Outreach, and Research to Accelerate Learning (PORTAL)


  • Robert and Mariam Hayes Stadium
  • Jerry Richardson Stadium


Research Partners[edit]

University of North Carolina at Charlotte
NC State University
Duke University
Western Carolina University
Clemson University
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Idaho National Engineering and Environmental Laboratory
California Institute of Technology
NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory
GE Research Lab
University of Vermont School of Medicine
Boeing Aerospace
National Ignition Facility

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Coordinates: 35°18′05″N 80°43′53″W / 35.301448°N 80.731274°W / 35.301448; -80.731274