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  1. Laboratory for In-situ Microscopy and Analysis (LIMA)

    Managed by:
    Department of Engineering Science, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Engineering And Technology Building, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Instruments available to all researchers in the University and external users.
    Carl Zeiss Evo LS15 VP-Scanning Electron Microscope, Veeco Dimension 3100 Atomic Force Microscope, Alicona Infinite Focus 3D Profilometer, 5kN and 2N tensile compression stages (Deben ...
  2. Olympus FluoView FV1200

    Managed by:
    Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Sir William Dunn School of Pathology, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Heavily used but there is availability. Online booking calendar operates.
    The microscope is an inverted IX83 motorized microscope equipped with 2 sensitive GaSp Detectors.The microscope is also fitted with CO2 and 37oC chamber for ...
  3. Olympus FluoView FV1200MPE Basic

    Managed by:
    Department of Chemistry, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Chemistry Research Laboratory, University Science Area
    Availability:
    http://saf.chem.ox.ac.uk/booking-oxford.aspx
    Fixed-stage upright multiphoton microscope equipped with a Spectra-Physics MaiTai eHP DeepSee laser (70 fs pulse width, 80 MHz repetition rate, continuously tunable between 690--1040 nm ...
  4. Applied Precision/GE Healthcare OMX-V3

    Managed by:
    Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Biochemistry Building, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Heavily used but available by negotiation.
    Optical Microscopy eXperimental microscope for structured illumination and fast live 3D imaging. Includes a 592.5 nm laser.
  5. JEOL 4500s UHV scanning tunneling microscope / scanning electron microscope

    Managed by:
    Department of Materials, University of Oxford
    Location:
    21 Banbury Road, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Availability varies greatly throughout the year.
    This UHV chamber has the following facilities: scanning tunneling microscopy (STM), scanning electron microscopy (SEM), low-energy electron diffraction (LEED), 3 K-cells, Ar ion sputtering, X-ray ...
  6. Zeiss Lightsheet Z1

    Managed by:
    Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Biochemistry Building, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Heavily used but generally available for use
    Lightsheet selective plane illumination microscope (SPIM) with temperature and CO2 control for live cell imaging
  7. Zeiss LSM880 Airy Scan

    Managed by:
    Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Biochemistry Building, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Heavily used but generally available for use
    Laser scanning confocal on upright microscope and with Airy Scan for super resolution confocal imaging. Also equipped for single and dual colour FCS
  8. Applied Precision/GE Healthcare DeltaVision Elite

    Managed by:
    Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Biochemistry Building, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Heavily used but generally available for use
    Fully automated widefield microscope and imaging system
  9. Applied Precision/GE Healthcare DeltaVision Core

    Managed by:
    Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Biochemistry Building, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Heavily used but generally available for use
    Fully automated widefield microscope and imaging system
  10. Applied Precision/GE Healthcare DeltaVision Core

    Managed by:
    Department of Biochemistry, University of Oxford
    Location:
    Biochemistry Building, University Science Area
    Availability:
    Heavily used but generally available for use
    Fully automated widefield microscope and imaging system