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1 day ago | Lab-based, | Scientist | Oxford
The Rosalind Franklin Institute is a national research centre, funded by the UK government through UK Research and Innovation, dedicated to bringing about transformative changes in life science through interdisciplinary research and technology.

The water window X-ray microscope project is an exciting new EPSRC-funded collaboration between the University of Southampton's School of Chemistry and Optoelectronics Research Centre (ORC), the Rosalind Franklin Institute (RFI), and the Central Laser Facility (CLF) at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratories. The project will design and construct a lab-scale soft X-ray microscope for biological imaging using soft X-rays generated using ultrafast lasers and applying coherent diffractive imaging techniques.
5 days ago | Biotech, | Clinical Research, | Engineer, | Scientist | Oxford
The Rosalind Franklin Institute (the Franklin) is a national research centre, funded by the UK government through UK Research and Innovation, dedicated to bringing about transformative changes in life science through interdisciplinary research and technology.

Seeing life in 4-dimensions (space and chemistry) is crucial in understanding development and disease. Some of the most pressing needs for new insight in bioscience are neurodegeneration, cancer, cellular transport, metabolomics and bacterial multi-resistance. To enable new insights for treatment researchers need new tools and methods able to probe life in new ways across scale and disciplines. The Franklin aim to impact life science delivering next generation instrumentation, in this case, for meso- and nanoscale imaging and chemical mapping of cells and tissue.
5 days ago | Communications, | Grant funding, | Managerial | Oxford
The Rosalind Franklin Institute is a national interdisciplinary research centre, funded by the UK government through UK Research and Innovation (UKRI). We are dedicated to creating new disruptive technologies which will allow us to see the biological world in new ways - from picometre-scale atoms to centimetre-scale tumours. These technological advances will speed up the discovery of new medicines, help find new diagnostics and contribute to a deeper understanding of human health and disease.