|Bath Chemical characterisation and analysis facility||
||Anneke Lubben||Mass spectrometry, NMR, XRD, material analysis, LC-MS, flowNMR, reaction monitoring, chemical analysis||Bruker MicrOTOF electrospray time-of-flight mass spectrometer (ESI-TOF) coupled to an Agilent High Performance Liquid Chromatography (HPLC) unit
Bruker MicrOTOF quadrupole time-of-flight (ESI-QTOF) coupled to a syringe driver within a glove box for air- and moisture-sensitive samples
Bruker MaXis HD ESI-QTOF mass spectrometer for high mass accuracy coupled to a Thermo Scientific Dionex Ultra High Performance Liquid Chromatography (UPLC) unit
Bruker AutoFlex Matrix-Assisted Laser Desorption Ionisation (MALDI) mass spectrometer
Agilent NanoLC coupled to an Agilent ESI-QTOF mass spectrometer
250 MHz Bruker Avance NMR
300 MHz Bruker Avance NMR
500 MHz Agilent ProPulse NMR
2x 400 MHz Bruker Avance NMR
3x 500 MHz Bruker Avance II+ NMR (one with cryoprobe and flow probe)
Rigaku SuperNova Dual (Mo and Cu radiation) XRD
Rigaku Xcalibur (Mo radiation) XRD
Bruker D8-Advance (Cu radiation) PXRD
Setaram Setsys Evolution TGA-DTA-DSC with Pfeiffer GSD 320 mass spectrometer
Setaram microSC Microcalorimeter
Mettler Toledo DMA1 Dynamic Mechanical Analyser
Micromeritics 3Flex Surface & Porosity Analyser
Agilent GPC/SEC MDS Size Exclusion Chromatography
|Bath Microscopy and analysis suite||
||Ursula Potter||SEM, TEM, microscopy, flow cytometry, raman, AFM, chemical analysis, biosciences||GE Healthcare IN Cell Analyzer 2000
Becton Dickinson flow cytometer FACSCanto
Becton Dickinson flow cytometer FACSARIA III
Zeiss LSM880 with Airyscan and Multiphoton laser
Zeiss LSM510 META
Renishaw inVia Raman system
JEOL SEM 6480LV
JEOL FESEM 6301F
High sensitivity Oxford INCA X-Act SDD x-ray detector for EDX analysis
Perkin Elmer Frontier FTIR
Digital Instruments Nanoscope IIIA
|Bath Nanofabrication facility||
||Stephen Wedge||Nanofabrication, silicon fab, EBL, deposition, etching||MJB 3 Karl Süss Mask Aligner
Heidelberg Instruments μPG 101 Direct Laser Writer
2 Spin coaters PWM 32 Headway
Field Emission Hitachi SEM with Raith ElphyPlus pattern generator and laser interferometer stage for Electron Beam Lithography (EBL)
EVG 620 Nano Imprint Lithography (NIL) system with SmartNIL(TM)
PhableR 100M Displacement Talbot Lithography
Oxford Plasma LAB 80 Plus for RIE and ICP etching
Oxford Plasma Pro System 100 Cobra ICP etcher
Edwards FL-400 electron beam evaporator
Edwards AUTO 306 thermal evaporator
Plasma Therm 790 series PECVD
Dektak 6M mechanical contact profilometer
Three optical microscopes
HHV Auto 500 Sputter Coater
|Bristol Genomics Facility||
||Jane Coghill or Christy Waterfall||DNA analysis, RNA analysis||Affymetrix®microarrays, Agilent 2100 Bioanalyser, Illumina sequencing, Life Technologies Ion ProtonTM, Life Technologies PGMTM, ABI 3500, Roche LightCycler®|
|Bristol Chemical Imaging Facility||
||Sean Davis||Imaging, analysis, microscopy, AFM, SEM, TEM||JEOL 200 Kv Field Emission Gun TEM (2100F)
Oxford Instruments Energy Dispersive X-ray analysis system (80mm2 SSD; Aztec) and Gatan Imaging Filter (GIF Quantum ER post-column energy filter)
JEOL 120 Kv 1400 TEM
JEOL 120 Kv 1200 Mk2 TEM
JEOL SEM IT300 LV
Oxford Instruments Energy Dispersive X-ray analysis system (50mm2 SSD; Aztec)
JEOL Field Emission Gun SEM 6330
Gatan Mono CL4 Cathodoluminescence detector
Bruker Multimode 8 with PeakForce QNM and FastScan
Bruker Multimode 3 with Quadrexed Nanoscope 3D controller
|Bristol Chemical Mass Spectrometry Facility||
||Paul Gates||Mass spectrometry, material analysis, MALDI-ToF, electrosopray, ion mobility, accurate-mass||
Thermo Scientific Orbitrap Elite High resolution (MSn) mass spectrometer with UPLC/HPLC.
Waters Synapt G2S IMS-TOF mass spectrometer with Nanomate source.
Bruker Daltonics UltrafleXtreme 2 High resolution MALDI-TOF/TOF mass spectrometer.
Bruker Daltonics micrOTOF Focus II High resolution TOF mass spectrometer.
Applied Biosystems 4700 Proteomics MALDI-TOF/TOF mass spectrometer.
Bruker Daltonics Esquire 6000 Ion-trap mass spectrometer with HPLC.
VG Autospec 3 sector (double focussing) mass spectrometer
|Bristol Chemical NMR Facility||
||Craig Butts||NMR, spectrometry, spectroscopy, 1H, 13C, chemical analysis, metabolomics, binding studies, diffusion, reaction monitoring||
Bruker 700 MHz spectrometer with 1.7 mm cryoprobe
Bruker Avance 400
Bruker Avance 300
Bruker 500 MR NMR Spectromer with 13C cryoprobe
JEOL Eclipse 300 NMR Spectrometer
JEOL ECS 400 NMR Spectrometer
JEOL ECS 300 NMR Spectrometer
Varian 400 MR NMR Spectrometer
Varian 500 VNMRS NMR Spectrometer
Varian INOVA 600 MHz NMR Spectrometer
Varian VNMRS 600 spectrometer with cryoprobe
|Bristol Clinical Research and Imaging Centre (CRICBristol)||
||email@example.com||Imaging, clinical research, MRI, ultrasound, cardiac imaging, sleep research||3T MRI scanner, sleep study rooms, clinical examination rooms, wet lab, aplio 500 ultrasound scanner|
|Bristol Electron Microbeam Laboratories||
||Stuart Kearns||SEM, EPMA, Chemical analysis, x-ray tomography
|Hitachi S-3500N variable pressure SEM equipped with Thermo Noran energy dispersive spectrometer (EDS x-ray detector)
JEOL JXA8530F Hyperprobe Electron Probe Microanalyser (EPMA)
Cameca SX100 microprobe
Nikon XT H 225ST CT Scanner
|Bristol Histology Services||
||Debbie Martin||Clinical studies, histology, histochemistry, thin section, staining, dissection||Dedicated facility.
Sliding microtome with peltier cooling x1.
Rotary microtomes x4.
Thermo Excelsior processor.
Medite TP15 processor.
Medite embedding centre.
Leica DM750 microscope with integral digital camera.
Motik SMZ-168 dissecting microscope with integral digital camera with bespoke thermal stage for orientation of wax embedded tissue.
Vast range of stains.
10L Liquid nitrogen dewar.
Shandon knife sharpener.
|Interface Analysis Centre (IAC)||
||Keith Hallam||Materials analysis, spectroscopy, Imaging, microscopy, AFM, SEM, TEM, FIB, XPS||Quantachrome Nova 1200, Combined Focussed Ion Beam and Electron Microscopy, FEI Helios NanoLab 600 with three-axis micromanipulator, Oxford Instruments X-Max50 EDX and force measurement system
Focussed Ion Beam, FEI FIB201 with ex-situ TEM lift-out workstation, High-Speed Atomic Force Microscopy, University of Bristol custom-built, world’s fastest, areas 100s of µm in size, resolution down to 2nm
Optical Microscopy and Image Analysis, Leica GZ6 stereo zoom optical microscope, Nikon Metaphot compound optical microscope, Olympus BH2 compound optical microscope with colour CCD camera and computer for image acquisition
Olympus BX60 compound optical microscope with CCD camera and computer for image acquisition, Olympus SZ11 stereo zoom optical microscope with colour CCD camera and computer for image acquisition
Raman Spectroscopy, Renishaw System 2000 microRaman imaging spectrometer, 632.8nm red/514nm green lasers, with integral Leica compound optical microscope
Scanning Electron Microscopy, Zeiss MA10 LaB6 SEM with PGT EDX, backscattered electron detector, large sample chamber, motorised stage, RT-800C hot stage and TSL EBSD system
Zeiss Sigma VP FEG-SEM with Edax coincident EDX/EBSD, backscattered electron detector, large sample chamber, motorised stage and Omicron argon ion gun
Secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry, IAC magnetic sector SIMS/ion milling instrument, Thermogravimetric Analysis/Differential Scanning Calorimetry, Mettler Toledo TGA/DSC1
X-Ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy, Kratos Axis HS XPS with argon ion gun, monochromated x-ray source, dual anode x-ray source,
X-Ray Tomography, associated sample preparation facilities, including cutting, grinding, polishing and coating
|Bristol MRC Integrative Epidemiology Unit Metabolomics NMR Facility||
||Matt Goodwin||NMR, metabolomics, clinical research||Janus liquid handling robot
Bruker 500MHz NMR Spectrometer
Bruker 600MHz NMR Spectrometer
|Bristol Proteomics Facility||
||Kate Heesom||Proteomics, mass spectrometry (LC-MS), SILAC, TMT||Orbitrap Fusion Tribrid Mass Spectrometer with up-stream Ultimate 3000 nano-LC system (Thermo Scientific).
LTQ-Orbitrap Velos Mass Spectrometer with up-stream Ultimate 3000 nano-LC system (Thermo Scientific).
DigestPro automated digestion unit (Intavis Ltd.)
2 x Ultimate 3000 stand alone LC systems for peptide fractionation (Thermo Scientific).
GE Healthcare IPGphor3 Isoelectric Focussing Units.
GE Healthcare Ettan DALT Twelve and Six Separation Units.
GE Healthcare DALT Twelve Gel caster.
GE Healthcare Typhoon 9400 Variable Mode Imager.
|Bristol Translational Biomedical Research Centre (TBRC)||
||Stuart Pope||Imaging, analysis, MRI, translational research, Veterinary sciences, clinical research, surgical research||Seimens 3 Tesla MRI Scanner, fully-operational surgical theatre, pre-treatment room, wet lab, cryo storage|
|Bristol Wolfson Bioimaging Facility||
||Mark Jepson (Light microscopy) or Paul Verkade (Electron microscopy)||Imaging, analysis, SEM, TEM, microscopy, screening, sample processing||Leica SP5 confocal imaging systems (3, incl 1 with resonant scanner and hybrid detectors)
2 Leica SP8 confocal systems (with resonant scanner and hybrid detectors)
Leica SPE confocal system
Ultraview Spinning Disk
Widefield imaging systems (6, various specs)
Leica TIRF microscope
Leica SP8 Multiphoton
Leica SP8 Fluorescence lifetime imaging microscope
Leica SP8 STED (super-resolution)
Leica SP8 fluorescence correlation spectroscopy
Perkin Elmer Opera LX high content screening system
Essen IncuCyte high throughput live cell imaging system
Tecnai 12 -FEI 120kV BioTwin Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM)
Tecnai 20 -FEI 200kV LaB6 Twin Lens Transmission Electron Microscope (TEM) including HAADF-STEM detector and cryo capabilities
Quanta 400FEI FEG Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) with cryo attachment
High Pressure Freezer, Leica EMPACT2 + RTS
Photo-oxidation light microscope (Correlative Microscopy)
Cryo fluorescence Light Microscope (Correlative Microscopy)
|Bristol X-ray Analytical Service||
||Hazel Sparkes||XRD, x-ray diffraction, single crystal analysis, powder||
Bruker D8 Advance Diffractometer Powder diffractometer
Bruker Microstar Rotating Anode Copper Diffractometer
Bruker Kappa Apex II Molybdenum sealed tube single crystal diffractometer
|Cardiff Bioimaging Research Hub||
||Anthony Hayes (Facility manager) or Pete Watson (Academic lead for imaging)||Histology, microscopy, slide scanning, laser micro-dissection, 3D printing||Zeiss Lightsheet Z.1 system.
Zeiss LSM 880 upright Airyscan confocal microscope with PicoQuant FLIM module
Leica TCS SP2 AOBS confocal system with upright and inverted microscope stands.
Olympus IX71 spinning disc confocal system for live cell imaging.
3D Image processing and analysis workstations running Bitplane Imaris 8.1 C1 for Cell Biologists, Arivis Vision4D software, Zeiss Zen and SymphoTime 64 software (an d others)
Objective Imaging Surveyor Slide Scanning System
Olympus BX40 microscope with digital camera
Olympus BX41 microscope with digital camera
Olympus BX50 microscope with digital camera
Olympus BX61 fully motorised microscope with digital camera
Olympus SZX12 stereo zoom microscope with digital camera
Leica DMRB microscope with digital camera
Meiji macro-imaging system
Biospace Lab PhotonIMAGER Optima in vivo imaging system
Zeiss PALM MicroBeam laser micro-dissector
Zortrax M200 3D printer
Paraffin wax histology facility
|Cardiff Central Biotechnology Services (CBS)||
||Charlotte James||Cell handling, flow cytometry, imaging, analysis, SEM, TEM, microscopy, protein interaction, genomics, bioinformatics, high-throughput screening||BD Cantos flow cytometer
Beckman CyAn flow cytometer
BD LSRFortessa (4 laser) cell analyser
BD FACS Aria cell sorter
JOEL 840A SEM
FEI CM12 TEM
PerkinElmer IVIS 200
Meso Scale Discovery (MSD) QuickPlex SQ 120
Biacore SPR 3000
RedoxSYS Diagnostic System
ABI QuantStudio 12k
ABI QuantStudio ViiA7
Affymetrix Miccroarray Platform
|Cardiff Gas Turbine Research Centre||
||Steve Morris||Test rig, gas turbines, fuel variability, ammonia, combustion, hydrogen, high pressure, high temperature, engineering||High pressure, high temperature optical combustor for representative Gas Turbine combustor testing
Large scale atmospheric spray rig
Large scale gas mixing to include CH4, H2, N2, CO2, O2
Constant Volume Bomb for fundamental laminar burning rate and flame stretch
Pressurised Counter Flow Burner for flame stretch
150kW Gas Engine and Load Bank
|Cardiff Mass spectrometry and chromatography||
||Mahmoud Akhtar||Mass spectrometry, MALD-ToF, spectroscopy||Waters MALDI-TOF micro mx
Waters QTOF micro (ES/APCI, ionisation)
Waters LCT premier XE (ES/APCI ionisation)
Bruker Amazon XL ion trap (ES/APCI ionisation)
Waters GC-TOF (EI/CI, FD and FI ionisation)
Perkin Elmer TGA-FTIR-GC/MS (EI ionisation)
Agilent 7900 ICPMS
|Cardiff Nuclear magnetic resonance||
||Mahmoud Akhtar||NMR, spectrometry||Bruker Fourier 300 MHz (7.0 Tesla; 1H and 13C) x 3
Bruker Avance III HD 400 MHz (9.3 Tesla; 1H and 13C)
Bruker Avance III HD 500 MHz with Prodigy cryoprobe (11.7 Tesla; multinuclear)
Bruker Avance III 600 MHz with cryoprobe (14.0 Tesla; 1H, 13C, 19F, 31P, 15N)
|Cardiff Powder X-ray diffraction||
||Mahmoud Akhtar||XRD, x-ray diffraction, Powder||Analytical XPert diffractometer with 96 position autosampler
Bruker D8 diffractometer with multi-sample holder.
Bruker D8 diffractometer with high temperature sample stage (Paar HTK 1200) and low temperature cryostat (Oxford PHenix).
Panalytical XPert diffractometer with Anton Parr XRK reaction cell and on-line GC/MS analysis
Rigaku R-axis IV diffractometer (copper rotating anode)
|Cardiff Scanning Electron Microscope||
||Mahmoud Akhtar||Imaging, analysis, SEM, EDX, EBSD, Cryo||tescan maia 3 triglav FEG-SEM, univac variable pressure system, peltier cooled cryo stage, ebsd, edx, stem, quorum Q150T putter coater and glow discharge (Au/Pd, C)|
|Cardiff Single Crystal X-ray diffraction||
||Mahmoud Akhtar||XRD, x-ray diffraction, single crystal analysis||Agilent SupaNova Dual Atlas diffractometer, equipped with an Oxford Cryosystem cooling apparatus|
|Cardiff Transmission Electron Microscope||
||Mahmoud Akhtar||Imaging, analysis, TEM, EDX, tomography, Cryo||Jeol JEM 2100 Transmission electron microscope
high-resolution Gatan digital camera with resolution 0.2 nm,
dark field (HAADF detector) imaging in STEM mode
3D tomography with high-stability goniometer stage specifically tuned for high tilt tomographic applications
EDS elemental analysis with elemental mapping and line scan capability
CRYO imaging at -175 oC
|Cardiff X-ray Photoelectron Spectroscopy (XPS) analysis||
||David Morgan||XPS, argon cluster, surface analysis, LEIS||Kratos Axis Ultra-DLD XPS System. Includes gas treatment cell, LEIS, LEED and argon ion etching
Thermo K-Alpha+ XPS system with argon cluster source. Ability for ARXPS, work function measurements, rapid XPS imaging
|Exeter Biosciences Sequencing facility||
||Konrad Paszkiewicz||DNA sequencing, NGS||Illumina MiSeq
Illumina HiSeq 2500
Pacific Biosciences RSII
Pacific Biosciences Sequel
|Exeter Centre for Graphene Science||
||Mark Heath||EBeam lithography, graphene devices, cleanroom, thin film deposition||MicroAce 3 Dicing Saw
KLA Tencor D-100 Stylus Surface Profiler
Nanobeam NB4 Electron Beam Lithography System
HHV Auto 306 Thin Film Deposition System
Durham Magneto Optics Laserwriter ML2
|Exeter Offshore testing facility||
||Lars Johanning||Offshore, marine engineering, test rig, research vessel||FaBTest is an award-winning, pre-consented, 2.8km2 test area situated within Falmouth harbour, between three and five kilometres offshore in Falmouth Bay. The infrastructure provides demonstration opportunities for scaled or full scale devices, as well as providing scope for field demonstration of sub-systems such as moorings, foundations and umbilical cables are all supported. FaBTest has a pre-consented status, which allows for up to three devices to be deployed concurrently, aims to provide a fast, flexible low risk and low cost solution for the testing of marine energy technologies, components, moorings and deployment procedures. The site offers water depths of 20m-50m and seabed types of rock, gravel and sand. Operational support of the site, as well as ongoing monitoring and world leading research is provided by the Renewable Energy Group from the University of Exeter, based on the nearby Penryn campus|
|Wales Positron Emission Tomography Imaging Centre (PETIC)||
||Chris Marshall||Imaging, analysis, PET scanner, radiotherapy, cyclotron, clinical research, radiotherapy, dementia, Parkinson’s, Huntingdon’s, neurology||Cyclone 18/9 cyclotron
GE 690 Time of Flight PET CT scanner
Radiotherapy treatment planning system.
Pre-clinical PET CT scanner