We have a long history of work with charged particle micro-beams - Delivering sub-micron low-particle-rate beams for radiobiology experiments -
that started at the Gray Cancer Institute in Northwood, London. For example see these articles in the
Telegraph and from the
Since our move to Oxford this work has continued in collaboration with the Ion Beam Centre at Surrey University. There, the Wolfson Tower has been built to accommodate
the world's first scanning focused vertical nanobeam . At the end of the beam line is one of our
open microscopes for the manipulation and imaging of biological cells.