Research Technician, School of Food Science and Nutrition (University of Leeds)
Based at Diamond Full-time
Associated with EPSRC Grant : R042683/1
The high brilliance of the insertion device source on I22 allows structural investigation of materials under extreme environments (for example fluid flow at high pressures and temperatures). I22 provides reliable access to millisecond and shorter time scales, essential to understanding kinetic processes such as early folding events in proteins or structural evolution in polymers and colloids.
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Simultaneous recording of both small and wide angle X-ray scattering (SAXS and WAXS) techniques in combination allows users to probe length scales ranging from a few Angstroms to several microns with high resolution.
Key Advantages of I22:
Diamond will be hosting a new Offline SAXS facility in 2019. Jointly bid for by Diamond and Leeds University the facility, funded by the EPSRC, will offer complimentary materials science measurements to those available on I22. A contract has been signed with Xenocs to bring one of their first Q-Zoom instruments to Diamond in Spring 2019.
The facility will be located in a new purpose built laboratory and include Sample Environment Development facilities.
The SAXS equipment will in part be available via PRP for measurements and run by a dedicated technician supported by the Diamond SAXS team. We are currently recruiting for this technician. Please see the link opposite for more details
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