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Facilities A-Z list
Research facilities at King's College London
Facility for radionuclide production and radiochemistry for pre-clinical applications.
The micro-CT scanner uses X-rays to obtain high-resolution 3D images of small specimens from 3 mm to 45 mm in diameter and up to 450 mm in length.
Centre for Biomolecular Spectroscopy
The Chemistry Research Facility offers analytical services, including both Mass Spectrometry (MS) and Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR). The instruments included in the service are a Q-TOF HRMS, GCMS and 400 MHz NMR spectrometer all managed by specialist instrument technicians. Applications for these instruments span from routine analysis, such as accurate mass measurements and structural characterisation, to more bespoke applications available on request. For more information, please reach out to discuss your research needs.
e-Research main page that displays what is available for users within the King’d research community. e-Research has been implemented to support the ever-increasing use of specialist computing hardware and methodologies in research across a wide range of academic disciplines.
The ExoviewR200 facility allow users the sensitive detection & characterization of extracellular vesicles and viruses, including exosomes and lentiviruses. The fully automated platform provides comprehensive measurements for particles; size analysis, concentration, phenotype, and biomarker colocalization.
The Facility provides state-of-the art support for any projects involving genome editing, the creation of transgenic animals, and general mouse embryology and assisted reproductive technologies (ART).
The Kings College London Gene Therapy Vector Facility (GTVF) is a state-of-the-art facility established to support the scientific community in their delivery of the latest cutting-edge gene therapies into the clinic. We offer both infrastructure and insight into complex clinical development which allows us to offer our partners more than just a viral vector, but end-to-end support across production, quality, process development, regulatory submissions and anything else our clients may need on the road to the clinic.
The Haematology Biobank is based at the Rayne Institute, part of the Denmark Hill Campus of King’s College London.
A multidisciplinary enterprise operating at the forefront of science and technology. Solving global problems in information processing, healthcare, energy and the environment through the application of nanoscience and nanotechnology.
The Microscopy Innovation Centre promotes the development and uptake of cutting edge optical microscopy methods for biological imaging.
The Mitochondrial Bioenergetics user’s facility is housed in the Diabetes and Obesity Theme within the School of Cardiovascular and Metabolic Medicine & Sciences under the supervision of Dr Afshan Malik
The Nikon Imaging Centre at King’s College London (NIC@King's) is a core facility for light microscopy developed in partnership between King’s College London and Nikon Instruments UK.
Part of the The King's Centre of Excellence for Mass Spectrometry (CEMS) this facility provides state of the art protein mass spectrometry support for researchers at KCL.