Christina oversees the Nuclear Materials Atom Probe (NuMAP) funded by the National Nuclear User Facility (NNUF) project. Many aspects in the design of new materials, and assessment of their performance in harsh reactor environments, must be addressed at the atomic scale. Unique nanoscale insights provided by APT include: investigating radiation induced atomic-scale solute clustering, characterising segregation to microstructural interfaces and locating low concentration transmutated elements - all vital information for developing new engineering materials for nuclear applications. APT is increasingly needed to underpin research across all stages in the nuclear energy cycle: materials design for new reactor manufacturing, component safety and failure analysis, waste/storage and even accident investigation. Any UK-based university researcher (or employee of other organisations eligible to apply for UKRI funding) can apply for fully funded access under the NNUF access scheme for investigation of radioactive materials. For more information, go to https://www.nnuf.ac.uk/home or contact Christina directly.