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The emphasis on spectroscopic imaging separates I14 from other hard X-ray nanoprobe facilities worldwide. Imaging is applied to a wide variety of science areas, as listed below, and I14 welcome users across many different fields and applications.
The provision of in situ sample environments, and the ability to incorporate custom setups, make the beamline attractive to users from across both life and physical sciences. Our emphasis on usability, which extends from data collection through to analysis ensures that the beamline is accessible to users who are not experienced in nanoprobe, or even synchrotron, experiments whilst the flexibility and availability of multiple techniques ensures we are also able to carry out more complex and cutting-edge analyses.
Recent studies done at the beamline have a clear societal or industrial impact in terms of understanding material properties for energy or catalysis applications or improving human health and environment. These are clearly aligned with the UKRI grand challenges, ageing society, clean growth, and future of mobility.
Diamond Light Source is the UK's national synchrotron science facility, located at the Harwell Science and Innovation Campus in Oxfordshire.
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