Welcome to the Bioscience Technology Facility

Protein Production 50L Fermenter

Premier Protein scale-up

Protein_Identification_Characterisation

State-of-the-art Mass Spectrometry

Protein_Aggregation

Integrated techniques for Protein Characterisation

Dynamic sample visualisation by Confocal Microscopy

Broad Expertise - Integrated Access 

Solve your technology needs by accessing our expertise and equipment: 

Imaging and Cytometry 

 Genomics

Proteomics

 Protein Production 

Molecular Interactions 

 Bioinformatics 

Our clients include research groups from within our own university, many external universities throughout the world, and an array of commercial enterprises of all sizes. Explore how the Technology Facility will benefit your research today! 

 

Welcome from Dr Peter O'Toole

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‌‌‌The Bioscience Technology Facility provides access to technology and research services for the biosciences. This unique facility allows ready access to a wide‌ range of technologies and expertise in an integrated manner that can help drive forward your research efficiently and cost effectively.  

Dr Peter O'Toole, Director 

+44 (0)1904 32 8722 

  

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Featured Services

We provide an integrated package of expertise and technologies to drive forward your R & D . 

Protein ID Service 

For more information please see our flyer: Protein_ID_Service (PDF  , 302kb)

Biopharmaceutical R & D Support 

For more information please see our flyer: Biopharm_RD_Support (PDF  , 48kb)

Future Training Events

Tue
13
Dec

Gene Expression Training Course 13 & 14 December 2016

Two day training workshop for Gene Expression Technologies

Wed
4
Jan

Python Programming 04-05 January 2017

This is a two day course aimed at getting those without previous programming experience to have enough confidence to start writing small scripts for doing routine data analysis tasks.

Tue
24
Jan

Flow Cytometry Course 24-27 January 2017

An intensive, hands-on, four-day training course in the varied techniques using Flow Cytometry.

Current Activities

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