INA has one of the most complete laboratory facilities in Spain for the research in Nanoscience: lithography facilities (optical lithography and nanolithography); thin films growing
systems like Pulsed Laser Deposition (Neocera Inc.), Molecular Beam Epitaxia (DCA, MBE600); scanning probe microscopies like Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM, Nanotec) STM); electron microscopies like Scanning Electronic Microscopy (SEM, Hitachi S2300) or High Resolution Trasmision Electronic Microscope (HRTEM, HAADF and STEM, Tecnai S-Twin30, 300KeV, GIF-TRIDIEM); biomedical applications (Hyperthermia laboratory capacity); a Bruker 60MHz Minispec pulse NMR spectrometer is available for T1 and T2 measurements; synthesis and functionalization of nanosystems (Nanoscience laboratory installations); nanostructure characterization techniques like XPS-Auger (Kratos, AXIS-ULTRA), X-Ray Difraction (Bruker D8 Advance), Vibrating Sample Magnetometer (VSM, ADE Technologies EV7) and other classical analytical techniques like IR, Calorimetry (DSC, etc.) or NMR (Bruker Advance 300 and 500 MHz). In 2009, INA will be also part of the new Institute of Biomedicine in Zaragoza. In this new research centre will be located two MRI (1.5 and 7 Ts) spectrometers, PET, as well as animal facilities.