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Io compact cooling for low temp detectors

Oxford Instruments is pleased to announce its latest new product within the Cryofree® cooling systems family – the Io.

Oxford Instruments congratulates Lancaster University for inaugurating the IsoLab, built for studying quantum systems

Professor Narayan Pradhan receives the Young Nanoscientist India Award 2017 for his outstanding contribution to Nanotechnology in India

Oxford Instruments is delighted to announce Dr Francois Parmentier of Service de Physique de l'Etat Condensé, Université Paris-Saclay, France and Dr Erwann Bocquillon of...

Oxford instruments NanoScience, the provider of market-leading research tools, recently announced that it has achieved ISO 9001:2015 certification. NanoScience has...

Oxford Instruments announces Dr Brad Ramshaw of Cornell University, as the winner of the 2017 Lee Osheroff Richardson Science Prize.

Oxford Instruments is delighted to announce Professor Akihito Ishizaki from the Theoretical and Computational Molecular Science Department at the Institute for Molecular...

Oxford Instruments announces the launch of the SampleProtect measurement system for sensitive samples used in spectroscopy experiments

Oxford Instruments is pleased to announce the latest version of their OptistatDry, further strengthening their Cryofree® optical cryostat family The new TLEX model provides...

Oxford Instruments announces the launch of a new collaborative project with the United Kingdom’s National Physical Laboratory (NPL) and the National Graphene Institute...

Oxford Instruments’ OptistatDry integrated into Edinburgh Instruments’ Fluorescence Spectrometers for cryogen free cooling to less than 3 K

Oxford Instruments and Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory collaborate to develop HTS magnet technology components for high field superconducting magnet systems.

Oxford Instruments welcomes Dr Takuya Satoh, winner of the Sir Martin Wood Prize, for UK lecture tour