The National Mass Spectrometry Facility & Service is housed at Swansea University Medical School. The Medical School delivers a comprehensive Education, Training, Research, Enterprise and Innovation portfolio.
Providing a comprehensive mass spectrometry service to university research groups throughout the UK. Priority given to EPSRC-funded research but all academic applications considered. Limited commercial service available.
Extensive hardware and software infrastructure for chemical, biochemical, and materials studies.
Accurate mass and structural elucidation for unknowns; quantisation of known compounds.
Fundamental and applied studies; education, training and outreach activities.
Enhanced services, including research collaborative work, consultancy services, difficult analyses and commercial contracts.
Read about the outreach work we do with schools and college students. Discover the exciting plans we have for a MS Education, or learn about our annual Summer School including recent Delegate feedback which is now available on-line.
Read our annual reports, find out about our journal divs, poster presentations and collaborative work including our research highlights.
Emeritus Prof Gareth Brenton, former Facility Director, has been honoured at the British Mass Spectrometry Society Conference at Eastbourne on 15 September 2016 with The BMSS Medal in 'Recognition of outstanding and sustained contributions to the British Mass Spectrometry Society in the promotion of Mass Spectrometry'.