The Schuster Laboratory is situated on Brunswick Street, within the Science and Engineering area of the campus of The University of Manchester. The building was opened in 1964 to accommodate the rapidly growing Physics Department of the University.
A map and travel details may be found in the hyperguide to Manchester. The Schuster Laboratory is building number 21 on the map of the Oxford Road campus.
Currently, there are some 700 undergraduate and postgraduate students, about 150 research staff, some 60 permanent academic staff and around 50 technical and secretarial staff.
There are four large lecture theatres, named for some of our famous past teachers and researchers: Rutherford, Bragg, Blackett and Moseley. On the sixth floor of the building is the Neils Bohr Common Room.