List of Facilities & Resources

The Department of ESE maintains computational facilities, including specially designed hydrodynamic codes, for numerical modelling of impact cratering and analysis of other planetary processes.

The Natural History Museum maintains a world-class electron microscopy facility comprising two analytical scanning electron microscopes, a field emission scanning electron microscope, an electron microprobe and a transmission electron microscope.

Prof Mark Sephton of IARC maintains a the GCMS laboratory at Imperial College London dedicated to high precision analysis and characterisation of organic molecules.

The Natural History Museum maintains a world-class ICP-MS laboratory, featuring both single and m ulti-collector instruments dedicated to chemical and isotopic analyses of planetary materials.

The Natural History Museum maintains and curates a world-leading collection of over 1,800 meteorites for scientific study.

Dr. Adrian Muxworthy of IARC runs the palaeomagnetism laboratory allowing for the detailed analysis and characterisation of magnetic minerals.

The Department of Materials at Imperial College London maintains a transmission electron microscope facility comprising three analytical instruments and a FIB-SIMS.