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Personal and family papers archive from the Cadbury Research Library.

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Facilities available in the Cadbury Research Library

Facilities - Digital Humanities Hub

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Overview of facilities available through do.collaboration at the University of Birmingham.

Facilities and equipment

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A list of facilities and equipment relating specifically to micro-machining applications.

Facilities and Equipment - Birmingham Biomolecular Characterisation Facility (BBCF) - School of Biosciences - University of Birmingham

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Circular Dichroism (CD)Chiral molecules absorb different forms of polarised light to different degrees. If the light is circularly polarised the effect is known as circular dichroism (CD). Measurement of these differences for an unknown compound allows us to determine which chiral moieties are present. Circular dichroism is measured using a spectropolarimeter (a highly sensitive spectrophotometer modified to produce circular polarised light).Our CD Facility is based around a JASCO J-810 Spectropolarimeter. We have both cylindrical cell holders as well as a 1cm temperature controlled holder (-4°C 10 110°C). Titrations to examine protein-protein, protein-DNA and protein-ligand interactions can be carried out using a dedicated dual syringe JASCO auto-titrator.

Facilities now available for use for West Midlands businesses

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Facilities available for free use by West Midlands SME's.

Facility for Environmental Nanoscience Analysis and Characterisation (FENAC)

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The Facility for Environmental Nanoscience Analysis and Characterisation (FENAC) is a funded NERC facility located at the University of Birmingham. The Facility is a joint project between two colleges (Life and Environmental Sciences and Engineering and Physical Sciences) and several Schools and research centres (Geography Earth and Environmental Sciences, Biosciences, Chemical Engineering, Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy, and the Centre for Electron Microscopy).The aim of this facility is to produce reliable data analysing nanoparticles under realistic conditions for the better understanding of biological and environmental impacts of manufactured nanoparticles. The facility will perform physico-chemical characterisation and analysis in the whole of the environmental nanoscience area but will focus on collaborative research with ecotoxicologists and toxicologists working in the field of nanotoxicology using techniques and methods such as electron and force microscopy, field flow fractionation and various spectroscopic methods.
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