We are committed to sharing our facilities and associated expertise with external academic and industrial collaborators. To discuss your requirements, please contact the staff listed on the pages below.

Facility title Overview
Diamond Leeds SAXS Facility The tailored instrument for high-resolving X-ray scattering experiments offers open access to Leeds and other UK-users around the year for the nanostructural fine-analysis of complex soft matter, polymers, bio-materials and advanced solid materials.
Leeds electron microscopy and spectroscopy centre A leading research centre in microscopic and spectroscopic materials characterisation techniques.
Nanoscience and nanotechnology facility This facility is for the characterisation analysis of soft matter systems such as hybrid organic/inorganic system.
Nanotechnology cleanroom Comprises of a suite of laboratories including 200 m2 ISO 5 (Class 100) cleanroom supported by > 100 m2 of ancillary laboratory space for testing, packaging and post-processing, alongside a 30 m2 ISO4 (Class 10) cleanroom dedicated to our Jeol JBX-6300FS electron-beam lithography (EBL) system.
Particle and materials characterisation Analytical facilities for characterisation of particles, powders, slurries, suspensions, emulsions and solutions.
School of Chemical and Process Engineering An <a href="http://eps.leeds.ac.uk/chemical-engineering-research-innovation/doc/research-facilities">overview of the facilities</a> available within the School of Chemical and Process Engineering.
Versatile x-ray spectroscopy facility A bespoke instrument that will establish the world’s first multi-technique X-ray core level spectroscopy facility for the characterization of materials under natural environmental conditions.
X-ray diffraction facility Our x-ray diffraction facility houses two x-ray diffractometers as well as a suite of analysis tools to structurally characterise powders, thin films and coating, solid materials and single crystals.