We have a flexible approach, tailoring our services to meet your individual requirements along with those of your organisation and each of your projects.
We work with companies both close to Diamond and the other side of the world ranging from large multi-nationals through to SMEs and start-ups so we understand the pressures and demands may be different for each organisation.
Some of the key benefits of working with Diamond include:
In addition, to support our industrial users and partners, Diamond has established DISCo, an advisory committee that link Diamond Light Source to the Industrial Community and advises us on how best to serve the needs of industry.
Some of our partners on how using Diamond has benefited their research:
"Working with Diamond gave our scientists access to World Class beamline facilities and staff."
Dr Peter Ash, Johnson Matthey Technology Centre
"The information we can now obtain from I12 will help us develop new processes, improve material properties and reduce cost."
Prof. David Rugg, Rolls-Royce
"Using Diamond you get very high resolution reliable data where you simply can't in the lab."
Prof. Chris Frampton, SAFC Pharmorphix
"The high throughput high resolution data we achieve at Diamond cannot be replicated in the home laboratory. It is an essential tool in our Structure Based Drug design efforts."
Dr Pawel Dokurno, Vernalis
"The rapid acces to the MX stations at the Diamond synchrotron helps us deliver final structures to our clients within a few weeks of obtaining the first crystals."
Dr Ilka Müller, BioFocus
"The application of Diamond Light Source facilities streamlined our capase-6 structural biology efforts."
Dr Alex Kiselyov, CHDI Foundation
"The unique experimental capabilities and expert technical support at Diamond allows us to perform challenging surface diffraction experiments, investigating a vast array of parameters important to our system, including dynamic processes in real-time."
Dr Wuge Briscoe, University of Bristol
"The design of drugs for GPCRs is hampered by the lack of structural information so access to a facility like the Diamond synchrotron is vital to our research."
Dr Andrew Doré, Heptares
"In situ data collection is a dream for virus crystallographers... Thanks to all the staff on I24 and I03 for implementing this."
Dr Elizabeth Fry, University of Oxford
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