The facility hosts a broad selection of microscope systems for users to choose from. These range from wide-field and confocal fluorescence to bespoke and commercial super-resolution systems.
For advice on which machine is best suited to your experimental needs, please contact us.
The OMX SR is a 'turn-key' microscope for very rapid wide-field imaging or super-resolution imaging of fixed and live samples.
A Zeiss 980 laser scanning confocal fitted with an Airyscan detector capable of super-resolution imaging.
The Nanoimager is a compact, bench top super-resolution microscope for single molecule imaging.
4PI-SMS system for 3D SMLM, developed in Micron as part of our research programme.
OMX-T cyro SIM/STORM system with AO developed in Micron as part of our research programme.
Bespoke single molecule localisation TIRF microscope.
An upright 3D-SIM microscope with AO developed in Micron as part of our research programme.
The Zeiss 780 is an inverted laser scanning confocal microscope equipped for fixed and live-cell imaging with full environmental control.
The Olympus ScanR is a wide-field based high-content screening station applying the power of AI to carry out groundbreaking analyses of live and fixed cells.
New Biochemistry Room 00-030
An inverted widefield fluorescence system with EMCCD camera equipped for live-cell imaging (temperature & CO2 control).
An Ultraview spinning disc system equipped with an environmental chamber for live-cell imaging (temperature & CO2 control). Suitable for both live and fixed samples.
A high-speed, laser scanning confocal capable of high-quality imaging deep in tissues and super-resolution.