Oxford Instruments focuses on applied sciences with strengthened team
04 March 2013

Oxford Instruments has a long established heritage of product innovation and technological excellence, working with researchers and academics to push the boundaries of science.  Its acquisition of Omicron NanoTechnology in 2011 strengthened this position and brought expertise in Scanning Probe Microscopy, Electron Spectroscopy and Thin Film Deposition Techniques into its product portfolio.  Together with Oxford Instruments NanoScience world leading cryogenics and superconducting technology, the Group was able to offer its customers a suite of tools to support fundamental and applied research.

Now, the Omicron NanoTechnology and NanoScience businesses are merging to form one new company called Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience. This new business harnesses not only the power of the two well-established brands, but also the power of two highly skilled and experienced teams, offering customers significantly enhanced opportunities for collaboration, enabling technologies and innovative new products.

Dr Ferdinand Bartels, Managing Director of Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience says “I am very proud to be leading such a talented and professional team.  Our new business will be focused on delivering excellence, both in our technology and our service and I look forward to an exciting future.”

Oxford Instruments Omicron NanoScience will be exhibiting at DPG in Regensburg and APS in Baltimore in March, where the combined team will be pleased to talk about the vision for the new business.  Please visit www.oxford-instruments.com or www.omicron.de for more information.

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