We also have access to an array of other instrumentation located in Lancaster Environment Centre (LEC), as well as the Department of Physics and the Department of Engineering. We believe that collaboration between different disciplines is essential for the progression of chemical research. Our equipment is also available for use by members of other departments.
Our main teaching lab is highly flexible, with a capacity of 60 students and three separate bays for teaching. This makes the laboratory equally useful for both small and large class sizes. Our labs also contain state-of-the-art equipment such as our glovebox, 30 fume hoods, and support a variety of modern spectroscopic, analytical and computational instrumentation.