Scientific Facilities

Our scientific facilities provide state-of-the-art equipment, training and advice to support researchers both at the Dunn School and the wider Oxford research community.

Electron Microscopy

The Electron Microscopy (EM) Facility provides access to state-of-the-art electron microscopes and a wide range of cutting edge biological electron microscopy techniques, along with expert electron microscopists to help guide your project.

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Light Microscopy

The Light Microscopy Facility provides its users with high-end confocal and fluorescent light microscopes, as well as training and personalised advice.

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Flow Cytometry

The Don Mason Flow Cytometry Facility provides access to the latest advancements in flow cytometry.

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Genome Engineering

Genome Engineering Oxford (GEO) provides a CRISPR design and testing service to generate experimentally tested vectors, as well as engineered mammalian cell lines.

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Surface plasmon resonance facility with advanced analysis

The Surface Plasmon Resonance (SPR) facility provides users with the ability to study molecular interactions.

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Other Facilities

Dunn School researchers have access to a variety of other scientific laboratory resources, such as tissue culture, CL3 space and surface plasmon resonance.

In addition to the Dunn School Scientific Facilities, all Dunn School members also have access to a range of scientific facilities in other departments at the University of Oxford, including: