UCL has experience in designing and creating unusual materials and devices. Working from nanotechnology to the space industry, we can support prototyping that is pushing the boundaries of engineering and material science.
An advanced, ultra-high-vacuum facility for making compound materials.
Offers access to a wide range of leading-edge facilities such as Atomic Force Microscopy and cleanrooms.
Specialist facilities designed to meet space agencies' standards and requirements including test facilities, cleanrooms and environmentally controlled areas for space flight hardware assembly, integration and verification.
Specialist imaging services and training using spectral imaging and reflectance transformation imaging.
The USD platform is designed to aid bioprocess development and biomanufacturing. It is a combination of specialised devices and experimental approaches which reduces the process material requirement for bioprocess research and development from the traditional tens or hundreds of litres at pilot-scale to the millilitre-scale.