Oxford Instruments’ OptistatDry integrated into Edinburgh Instruments’ Fluorescence Spectrometers for cryogen free cooling to less than 3 K
Oxford Instruments’ optical cryostat, the OptistatTMDry is now available as an upgrade to Edinburgh Instruments’ FLS980 Fluorescence Spectrometer.
Oxford Instruments and Dresden High Magnetic Field Laboratory collaborate to develop HTS magnet technology components for high field superconducting magnet systems
Oxford Instruments, a leading provider of high technology tools and systems for industry and research, has entered into a collaboration agreement with the High Field Laboratory (HLD) at Helmholtz-Zentrum Dresden-Rossendorf e.V. (HZDR), Germany, to develop high temperature superconducting (HTS) insert coils for high field magnet systems greater than 25 Tesla.
Oxford Instruments announces Dr Andrea Caviglia, Delft University of Technology as winner of the 2016 Nicholas Kurti Science Prize
Oxford Instruments is delighted to announce the winner of the 2016 Nicholas Kurti Science Prize as Dr Andrea Caviglia, Assistant Professor at the Kavli Institute of Nanoscience, Delft University of Technology, in the Netherlands.
Introducing a new generation 2016 Triton fridge for high power and enhanced sensitivity in quantum technologies and ultra low temperature physics
Oxford Instruments is unveiling its 2016 new generation Triton Cryofree® dilution refrigerator at a series of high-profile physics conferences this month. With over 220 systems installed worldwide, Triton is used in world-leading research across condensed matter physics, with a particular focus on advanced computing, quantum technologies, spintronics and optics.
Oxford Instruments and SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH sign agreement for Nanonis Tramea quantum transport measurement system
Oxford Instruments and SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH have entered an agreement whereby Oxford Instruments NanoScience will be the sole distributor of SPECS Nanonis TrameaTM quantum transport measurement system (QTMS) for applications at ultra low temperatures, below 1 Kelvin