An Affordable & Automated Compound Management Facility at the University of Nottingham
Compound Library for High & Medium Throughput Screening
Purity Analysis & Structural Confirmation
Samples stored at optimum condition as 10mM DMSO stock solutions.
Dedicated LC-MS system to ensure purity of compounds
Medicinal & Computation Chemistry Support
Collaborative projects welcome
For further information please contact:
Dr Michael Stocks; Head of Division of Medicinal Chemistry and Structural Biology
ISAC is a University of Nottingham (UoN) centre of excellence in surface and interface analytics in partnership with the UK's national metrology institute the National Physical Laboratory (NPL).
Provides access to high end flow cytometers as well as a full range of training and support designed to make your flow cytometry experiments a success.
Flow cytometry facility
Nottingham’s expertise in translational imaging will enable step-changes in medical treatment and understanding of disease mechanisms
The cross cutting MRI theme is a strategic initiative designed to support and drive innovative imaging approaches in all of our research themes.
The MRI theme builds on internationally recognised expertise in the development of novel MRI approaches and state of the art facilities.
Nottingham Biomedical Research Centre
The Nanoscale and Microscale Research Centre (nmRC) is a cross-disciplinary facility dedicated to supporting and promoting world-leading nanoscience and materials characterisation.
With state-of-the-art facilities allied to in-house technical and academic expertise, the centre offers a diverse range of research and commercial capabilities. The centre is proud host to a unique suite of 20 instruments which facilitate the imaging and analytical investigation of materials from a wide range of scientific disciplines.
The NMRC includes the 3DOrbiSIMS production instrument which to date is the only one in the world. This instrument has the capability to perform label-free chemical imaging of biofilms, materials, cells and tissues. The 3DOrbiSIMS provides next-generation resolution in ToF-SIMS, which will help unlock the potential in understanding why microbes colonise certain materials and not others, in addition to dissecting the intricate interactions in polymicrobial communities.
Nanoscale and Microscale Research Centre
The Medical Imaging Unit (MIU) in the School of Medicine is available for clinicians and scientists who wish to use MRI techniques to enhance their research using the state-of-the-art University facilities.
Launched in 2012, the Unit comprises MRI, PET CT and Gamma camera facilities and is housed within the University of Nottingham Medical School. We also provide access to a dedicated team of staff to facilitate a varied portfolio of imaging-based research.
Medical Imaging Unit
School of Life Sciences Imaging (SLIM) provides cutting-edge imaging facilities to researchers across the University, as well as external collaborators.
SLIM encompasses 3 units, all under one consistent structure; the Advanced Microscopy Unit (AMU), Cell Signalling Imaging (CSI) and Super Resolution Microscopy (SRM).
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