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ISAC is a University of Nottingham (UoN) centre of excellence in surface and interface analytics setup in partnership with the UK's national metrology institute the  National Physical Laboratory (NPL). 

ISAC is a gateway to the hub of world leading experts and facilities at the UoN. We setup, co-ordinate and project manage top quality materials characterisation services and consultancy for and in collaboration with, commercial and research partners. Learn more about what ISAC offers below.

 

The Interface and Surface Analysis Centre

 

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nmRC now advertising for a Surface Science Research Associate / Fellow (Fixed term)

nmRC now advertising for a Surface Science Research Associate / Fellow (Fixed term)

Description
Applications are invited for the post of Surface Science Research Associate / Fellow (Fixed term) at the Nanoscale and Microscale Research Centre. This role will enhance the surface science capabilities of the nmRC by developing the research portfolio in this area. Further, this role will manage the XPS facility within the nmRC, providing resource planning and operational insight to ensure efficient usage of the instrumentation. Find out more and apply now!
Date:
25/11/2021
Challenging Materials: From Lab to Forest with Biome Bioplastics

Challenging Materials: From Lab to Forest with Biome Bioplastics

Description
The nmRC was delighted to welcome Biome Bioplastics to the Centre to showcase how Electron Microscopy facilities can be used to visualise the biodegradation of special plastics. Watch their video to learn more about Biome's lab to forest materials project.
Date:
17/11/2021
Bulletproof Fingerprint Technology

Bulletproof Fingerprint Technology

Description
ISAC's Dr Long Jiang was delighted to support exciting new research into chemical imaging of fingerprints on curved surfaces. The project, led by the School of Physics, used a bullet casing as an example substrate to demonstrate how a novel rotation stage could successfully recover a viable fingerprint within a ToF-SIMS instrument long after traditional methods were shown to fail. Read more on this fantastic new development here.
Date:
16/11/2021

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Interface and Surface Analysis Centre (ISAC)

Email: isac@nottingham.ac.uk