Group Photo 2015
Harald Rose Distinguished Lecture Award 2015 - Prof Angus Kirkland
ATOM 10 Workshop at Beijing (July 2016)
Reconstructed exit wave phase of the three edge termination types in hexagonal boron nitride membrane
  • Group Photo 2015
  • Harald Rose Distinguished Lecture Award 2015 - Prof Angus Kirkland
  • ATOM 10 Workshop at Beijing (July 2016)
  • Reconstructed exit wave phase of the three edge termination types in hexagonal boron nitride membrane

Oxford Electron Image Analysis Group

05 Sep 2016

World-leading ePSIC centre launched


A pioneering new centre for the study of nanoscale materials involving University of Oxford researchers has opened near the city, giving a boost to the UK's world-leading science and technology infrastructure.

Oxfordshire's cutting-edge electron Physical Science Imaging Centre (ePSIC), located at Diamond Light Source on Harwell Campus, is the result of collaboration between a research facility, academia and industry. Diamond, the UK's synchrotron, has partnered with the University of Oxford and the global speciality chemicals company Johnson Matthey to bring a unique set of tools to the centre. Funding for the construction of the new building included contributions from the Wellcome Trust, the Biotechnology and Biological Sciences Research Council, and a £2m contribution from the Science and Technology Facilities Council.