Conduct Research Anywhere

In the lab or the field, Lenovo delivers tools for discovery

For today’s researcher, the PC is an essential tool for discovery. It’s a field notebook, a virtual meeting place, a library, a research assistant, a super calculator, an editor, a publisher and more. Lenovo computers deliver all of this and then some — benefiting research programs from health initiatives to environmental programs to sophisticated statistics.

A student uses her ThinkPad laptop to gather data from a weather probe

Our PCs are packed with data-crunching processing power. Our layered security solutions ensure nobody claims your ideas or hacks into your confidential records. And the military-spec toughness built into every Lenovo PC means our computers will keep going, even in far-from-clinical field conditions.

Researchers ultimately need to summarize findings, create models and analyze data. Lenovo workstations can handle the most intense applications, including 3-D modeling, computer-aided design and digital content creation. Certifications for Adobe, Autodesk and many other applications ensure you’ll have the tools you need to make your research project a success.

Lenovo’s scalable solutions also complement standards of the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education, effectively storing, managing and protecting your work, data and records.

Our combination of functionality, innovation, security and ruggedness keeps us atop customer satisfaction rankings and ensures researchers can always rely on their Lenovo computers. Just ask our “eye of the tornado” Storm Chasers.

A researcher uses multiple Lenovo ThinkPad laptop and ThinkCentre desktop computers to track possible tornado formation

Lenovo ThinkCentre and ThinkPad PCs are at the heart of this tornado-research field operation led by the Center for Severe Weather Research. These high-performance devices crunch millions of megabytes of data and manage multiple streams of critical communications with accuracy, efficiency and confidence — all while researchers chase after twisters.