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|Diamond Case Studies (pdf book)||Working with Diamond: The Industrial Liaison Office|
Here you can find some case study examples of work done at Diamond. Please click on the icon to download the pdf file or contact us for further information.
|Rolls-Royce's non-destructive strain testing on a fan blade||GSK are pushing the limits of drug characterisation|| |
Looking at Pt speciation in 3-way catalysts with Johnson Matthey and the International Platinum Group Metals Association
|Xanthine-GPCR binding structures herald new Parkinson's treatments (Heptares Therapeutics)|
High throughput macromolecular crystallography (Vernalis)
|BioFocus and CHDI Foundation use MX at Diamond to solve structures relevant to inherited disease|| |
Confocal Science are creating crystals out of this world!
|Polymorphism in painkillers: a crystallographer's headache (SAFC Pharmorphix)|
Smart pigment dispersions for energy efficient displays
Enhancing oil recovery using Diamond (University of Cambridge)
Early stage cancer screening using infra-red spectroscopy (Keele University)
Pitting corrosion - looking at industrial processes using time-resolved in situ studies (University of Birmingham)
What becomes of the broken heart valves? (University of Cambridge)
Monitoring nanoparticle growth: environmental remediation (University of Leeds)
Functional hybrid materials: making the most of waste products (University of Bath and Unilever)
|Study of metal distribution and speciation in hip implants (UCL and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital)|
|Metal-organic frameworks for hydrogen storage (University of Nottingham)||Shining a light on new solar cell materials (University of Sheffield)||Understanding dilute chemistry and magnetism (University of Cambridge)||Understanding structure in thin film organic semiconductors (University of Bristol)|
Elemental mapping of wheat grain (Rothamstead Research)
|HC1: a user-friendly device for crystal dehydration for MX (Imperial College London)||Grid scan technique for fast crystal detection and characterisation (Heptares Therapeutics)||In situ macromolecular crystallography: room temperature screening and data collection (STRUBI, University of Oxford)|
|Tropoelastin: nature's perfect nanoscale spring (The University of Manchester)|