Congratulations on passing your viva Hongyang Dong!

Congratulations to our PhD student Hongyang Dong who has passed his viva! Hongyang has finished his PhD at the Chemistry department in UCL! He holds MSc degrees in Scientific Computing and a BSc in Physics from UCL. His involvement spans various computing and spectroscopic projects, such as “Developing an intelligent chemical reaction generator” and “Time-correlated […]

Our Senior Scientist Dr Stephen Price receives poster prize at the Faraday Institution Conference 2023!

The Faraday Institution 2023 Conference was held on the 11th-13th September 2023 with over 500 delegates attending. One of the highlights of the event was the poster sessions and we are delighted to share Dr. Stephen Price was one of the winners of a poster prize. The judges said Dr. Price’s poster “Probing the hierarchical […]

Finden intern Abigail Eddie receives Highly Commended from The Faraday Institution for #FUSE2023 poster

Congratulations to Finden intern Abigail Eddie who received a Highly Commended from The Faraday Institution for her #FUSE2023 poster. She completed an internship under the supervision of our Senior Scientist Dr Steve Price, Dr Beth Johnston and Dr Innes McClelland from the University of Sheffield. Abigail’s FutureCat project focused on chemical imaging of battery cathode […]

A multi-scale study of 3D printed Co-Al2O3 catalyst monoliths versus spheres

Finden’s latest work working with VITO, National Institute of Chemistry Slovenija and UCL Chemistry has been published in a new paper by Clément Jacquot  “A multi-scale study of 3D printed Co-Al2O3 catalyst monoliths  versus spheres” in Chemical Engineering Journal Advances (open access). This study demonstrates the characteristics of two model packing configurations: 3D printed (3DP) […]

Royal Society 2023 Analytical Science Horizon Sir George Stokes Prize

  We are thrilled to receive this Sir George Stokes Prize prize for the development and application of X-ray diffraction computed tomography to image and identify structure-activity relationships within functional materials and devices. Thank you so much to Royal Society of Chemistry and all our collaborators. The prize recognised the work Finden has done in […]

First Chemical Imaging and Tomography training course

We’re thrilled to share that our Chemical Imaging and Tomography training course in collaboration with The University of Manchester was an incredible success! Over the course of just two days, our expert instructors guided a group of enthusiastic learners through a comprehensive overview of this cutting-edge technology. The feedback we received was overwhelmingly positive, with […]

Finden featured in ESRF – The European Synchrotron Highlights

Finden Ltd has been selected to feature in the ESRF – The European Synchrotron 2022 Highlights. Former Finden employee Dr. Dorota Matras’s work  can be found on page 148 (Full paper at Many thanks to the ESRF ID31 team, Marta Mirolo, Isaac Martens and Jakub Drnec, for their help with this experiment! The research work […]

Training Course on Chemical Imaging and Tomography April 2023

When: 24-25 April 2023 Where: Visitor Centre (Building R112), Rutherford Appleton Laboratory, Harwell Campus Jump-start your understanding of advanced chemical imaging & tomography with this two-day course by Finden. Learn about the fundamental principles, current instrumentation, and how these approaches are applied through a variety of techniques including X-ray diffraction (XRD-CT), X-ray absorption spectroscopy (XANES-CT), […]

STORMING project award

                        We are proud to announce Finden Ltd have been awarded a grant to take part in research on structured unconventional reactors for CO2-free methane catalytic cracking as part of the STORMING EU project. STORMING EU will develop breakthrough and innovative structured reactors heated […]

Prioritising the industry customer

Director Dr. Simon Jacques gave an interview for the CERN Courier in September oncollaboration between Europe’s large-scale research facilities and industry. Simon spoke about the our science-as-a-service business model and new plans to diversify beyond conventional X-ray analysis techniques and synchrotron science. Find the article at