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Research laboratories

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Continuous development of cutting-edge instrumentation and measurement methods, make it possible to analyse small samples with high levels of precision that are not normally available.

The department has a range of custom designed laboratories including analogue modelling and computer laboratories for our collaborative research programmes.

The facilities are available for commercial analysis, collaborative research, internal projects and training courses.

Mutli-Collector ICP-MS laboratory

Analogue modelling laboratories

Light stable isotope laboratory

Greenhouse Gas laboratory

Sea Ice laboratory

Aerosol laboratory

Wet geochemistry laboratory

Mineral separation laboratory

X-ray fluorescence laboratory

Rock Crushing laboratory

X-ray diffraction laboratory

Laser-ablation-ICPMS laboratory

Scanning Electron Microscope

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