The Bristol Centre for NSQI has been designed to fulfil several roles:
The research based in the Centre for NSQI, the observation, understanding, manipulation and characterisation of nanostructures and reactions, both chemical and biological, is conducted at length-scales of single molecules. To be successful requires levels of vibration within the building to be far lower than that required for any other construction.
To do this, the Centre has:
We provide several offices for researchers to use, some on a first-come, first-served basis and others to be used as hot desk areas. The aim is to get researchers from different fields to mix, talk and innovate. To help with this process we also have several breakout spaces with comfortable chairs and whiteboards. There is a large seating area on the ground floor with a kitchen and coffee machine (we grind our own beans...).
There are also two seminar rooms within the Centre for NSQI. One, the QI Discussion room is the domain of quantum theorists, but the second is a spacious 60-seater room on the ground floor. For more information, visit the Seminar and Meeting room pages.
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For more information please refer to lab pages or download the NSQI building layout (PDF, 62.2 Kb).
For further information regarding the facilities and equipment please do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org.
EPSRC has provided a grant to enable access to high-speed AFM and photonic force microscopy with full support including travelling expense and relevant consumables For more information and contact details go to the Guided Access website.
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