Oxford Instruments designs, supplies and supports high-technology tools, processes and solutions with a focus on physical science, bioscience, environmental and industrial research and applications. Innovation has been the driving force behind Oxford Instruments’ growth and success for over 40 years, and its strategy is to effect the successful commercialisation of these ideas by bringing them to market in a timely and customer-focused fashion.
The first technology business to be spun out from Oxford University over forty years ago, Oxford Instruments is now a global company with over 1,300 staff worldwide and a listing on the London Stock Exchange (OXIG). Our objective is to be the leading provider of new generation tools and systems for the Physical Science and Bioscience sectors.
This involves the combination of core technologies in areas such as low temperature and high magnetic field environments, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, X-ray electron and optical based metrology, and advanced growth, deposition and etching. Our products, expertise, and ideas address global issues such as energy, environment, terrorism and health and are part of the next generation of telecommunications, energy products, environmental measures, security devices, drug discovery and medical advances.
Ms Lynn Shepherd
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
Discriminating Phases with Similar Crystal Structures Using Electron Backscatter Diffraction (EBSD) and Energy Dispersive X-Ray Spectrometry (EDS)
Characterization of Through-Silicon Vias for 3D Integrated Chips with EBSD
Nanomanipulation and EBSD Analysis of Microelectronic Gold Wire
SEM Transmission Kikuchi Diffraction (TKD) Method Using EBSD Detector and AZtecHKL Software
Studying Distribution and Composition of Nanoscale Intermetallic Phases in a Nickel-Based Alloy
Simultaneous ESD and EBSD Analysis Using AZtec Large Area Mapping
All Oxide Solar Cell Characterization Using the LayerProbe
EBSD and EDS Characterization of High Entropy Alloys
Sample Preparation Techniques for EBSD Analysis (Electron Backscatter Diffraction)
Biological Energy-Dispersive X-Ray Spectroscopy (EDS) of Wheat Seed Using Large-Area Silicon Drift Detectors
Quantum Microwaves for Communication and Sensing
Performing In Situ EDS in the TEM
Making Cryogen Free Measurements: Challenges and Solutions
Oxford Instruments plc Reaches Agreement to Buy WITec GmbH
Oxford Instruments plc - Company Presentation
Demonstration of Oxford Instruments’ INCAMineral Software
EDS Analysis Using AztecEnergy
Oxford Instruments Tools for Nanoscale Analysis
The Ultim Extreme Silicon Drift Detector for EDS in the SEM
Symmetry: A High-Performance EBSD Detector Based on CMOS Technology
C-Nano: An EBSD Detector for High-Performance Entry into CMOS Technology
SampleProtect Measurement System - ESD Protection
Io - Compact Cryofree® Continuous Cooling Solution
The OptistatDry TLEX - Versatile Cryofree® Top Loading Cryostat
OptistatDry - Temperature Controlled Measurement Environment
OmniProbe 400 Nanomanipulator
Superconducting Magnet Systems – Teslatron™ and Spectromag™
High Cooling Power Dilution Refrigerators – Triton™ and Kelvinox™
Optical Cryostats from Oxford Instruments
Professor Andre Nel
In this interview, AZoNano speaks with Professor Andre Nel about his involvement in innovative research describing the development of a 'glass bubble' nanocarrier that could help drug formulations access pancreatic cancer cells.
Jingang Li, Ph.D.
In this interview, AZoNano speaks with Jingang Li from the University of California, Berkley, who offers an introduction to the Nobel Prize-winning technology, Optical Tweezers.
Steve Kosier, Ph.D.
In this interview, we speak with SkyWater Technology about the current state of the semiconductor industry, how nanotechnology has helped to shape this sector, and their new partnership which aims to increase the accessibility of semiconductor chips for start-ups and research groups across the Unite
NMR spectroscopy is a characterization technique that is extensively used by chemical researchers.
Inoveno’s PE-550 is a best-selling electrospinning/spraying machine that can be used for the continuous production of nanofibers.
The Filmetrics R54 advanced sheet resistance mapping tool for semiconductor and compound semiconductor wafers.