Creating high performance cryogenic and cryogen free environments for ultra low temperature and high magnetic field applications in physics, chemistry and materials science research down to the atomic scale.
Through world-leading capability and experience in advanced cryogenics and applied superconductivity, we deliver solutions which meet the exacting needs of scientists working at the forefront of fundamental physics, applied physics, materials science and next generation device development.
With an extensive customer network and a strong reputation for performance and quality, we support world-leading research scientists in their pursuit of excellence.
Oxford Instruments NanoScience have also recently launched their new technical consultancy service. For further information please visit our consultancy page.
All this is supported by our world class service and support network and our on-line OI Direct - Cryospares cryogenic equipment spares, accessories and consumables supply.
How to Scale Up Quantum Computing Applications
Sample Measurements at Different Magnetic Field Orientation
Rapid Sample Exchange for Cryogenic Measurements
End-to-End Method of Protecting Sensitive Samples for Cryogenics
Optical Access for Cryogenic Experiments
Characterizing Superconducting Tapes and Wires
Studying Spin-Orbit Interaction on the Level of Single Electrons
Low Temperature Photolysis Studies of Vitamin B12
Developing Graphene-Based Spin Field Effect Transistors
Using the Triton Dilution Refrigerator for Quantum-Optical Research
Quantum Microwaves for Communication and Sensing
Making Cryogen Free Measurements: Challenges and Solutions
Oxford Instruments NanoScience Gains Momentum in Quantum Computing
Oxford Instruments Releases the Proteox5mK – World’s Coldest Cryofree Dilution Refrigerator Enabling the Next Generation of Qubits
Oxford Instruments Partners With The £10 Million Consortium, To Launch The First Commercial Quantum Computer In UK
Oxford Instruments’ Plasma Technology and NanoScience Businesses Collaborate with the Consortium, That Wins a Landmark Grant to Boost Quantum Technologies in the UK
Opening the Door for a New Direction in Dilution Refrigerator Development
Oxford Instruments participates in the launch of the European Quantum Technology Flagship Programme ‘QMiCS’
Oxford Instruments Collaborates with CASMF Science and Technology Limited in China for Developing High Performance SPM Products
Oxford Instruments NanoScience achieves the latest ISO9001:2015 certification
Oxford Instruments Announces the Launch of the SampleProtect Measurement System for Sensitive Samples used in Spectroscopy Experiments
Oxford Instruments is ‘Bringing the Nanoworld Together’ in India once again - 22 - 23 November 2016 | IISc Bangalore
Oxford Instruments Collaborates with the National Physical Laboratory and National Graphene Institute for a Turnkey Quantum Hall System for Graphene Characterisation and Primary Resistance Metrology
Oxford Instruments Reveals New Generation Triton Cryofree Dilution Refrigerator
Oxford Instruments and SPECS Surface Nano Analysis GmbH sign agreement for Nanonis Tramea quantum transport measurement system
Oxford Instruments' Triton Cryofree Dilution Refrigerator Selected by Oxford University for Developing Scalable Quantum Nanodevices
Oxford Instruments and University of Bristol School of Physics Sign a Memorandum of Understanding
Oxford Instruments and Lancaster University to Develop Ultra Low Temperature Systems for Quantum Sensors with UK Funding
Oxford Instruments' TritonXL Cryofree Dilution Refrigerator Selected for the Oxford NQIT Quantum Technology Hub Project
Nicholas Kurti Science Prize 2014 Awarded to Alexander Khajetoorians from the University of Hamburg
Glasgow's James Watt Nanofabrication Centre Builds Multi-Million Pound Deposition and Analysis Cluster with Oxford Instruments
Oxford Instruments Bringing Expertise in Nanotechnology to India
Success In Japan For Oxford Instruments
Oxford Instruments Installs 100th Triton Refrigerator at ICN in Barcelona
Oxford Instruments Nanoscience Launch One Stop Shop for Cryogenic Spares
Oxford Instruments Install Cryofree Dilution Refrigerator System at London Centre for Nanotechnology
Oxford Instruments to Supply Chracterisation Tools ICN for Graphene Research
Oxford Instruments Announce Winner of Lee Osheroff Richardson North American Science Prize
Oxford Instruments Announces Winner of Nicholas Kurti European Science Prize
Nanotechnology Researcher Wins 2010 Nicholas Kurti European Science Prize
Oxford Instruments NanoScience Announces Winner of 2009 "Sir Martin Wood Prize"
SampleProtect Measurement System - ESD Protection
Io - Compact Cryofree® Continuous Cooling Solution
The OptistatDry TLEX - Versatile Cryofree® Top Loading Cryostat
OptistatDry - Temperature Controlled Measurement Environment
High Cooling Power Dilution Refrigerators – Triton™ and Kelvinox™
Optical Cryostats from Oxford Instruments
Superconducting Magnet Systems – Teslatron™ and Spectromag™
Prof. Hongxia Wang
We speak with Professor Hongxia Wang from QUT about a new project that hopes to utilize graphene and other low-cost carbon materials to produce commercially viable, ultra low-cost, flexible perovskite solar cells.
Moti Segev & Vlad Shalaev
In this interview, AzoNano speaks to Professor Moti Segev and Professor Vladimir Shalaev, who made surprising discoveries about photonic time crystals that challenge existing research and theories.
Siyu Chen, Ph.D.
In this interview, we discuss a new approach to surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy that utilizes nano-pockets to capture target molecules, ensuring a highly sensitive way to detect chemical processes.
This product profile, provided by Merck, offers information regarding iron oxide magnetic nanoparticles.
The ClearView scintillator camera that elevates your everyday transmission electron microscopy (TEM).
Achieve high-throughput co-localized imaging and in-situ nanoindentation with Bruker’s Hysitron PI 89 Auto SEM.