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WITec joins Oxford Instruments


The management team of WITec GmbH announced that WITec was acquired by Oxford Instruments plc, a UK based company that has a great reputation in the scientific community, and in the future will be part of their Materials Analysis Group. WITec’s founders Dr. Joachim Koenen and Dr. Olaf Hollricher ...


Oxford Instruments achieves the first 22 Tesla at 4.2 Kelvin fully superconducting magnet using LTS and HTS materials


Oxford Instruments has achieved 22.07 Tesla in a fully superconducting magnet operating at 4.2 Kelvin, the result of continuing efforts into studying the application of HTS high temperature superconducting and LTS low temperature superconducting technology in the manufacture of high magnetic ...


Oxford Instruments acquires Link Analytical


Oxford Instruments plc announced the acquisition of the business and assets of Link Analytical AB from Anna Otterstrom, the current owner/manager. Link's primary activity is the distribution and after-sales support of Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis equipment in Scandinavia. The acquisition will ...


Oxford Instruments announces the acquisition of Worldwide Analytical Systems (WAS) AG


Oxford Instruments announced that it has received irrevocable acceptances and the backing of management in the acquisition of WAS AG, a German manufacturer and international supplier of Arc/Spark optical emission spectrometers and preparatory equipment used to analyse the chemical properties of ...


Oxford Instruments strengthens links with Taiwan through mutual co-operation and understanding


A formal Memorandum of Understanding was signed between Oxford Instruments plc and The Industrial Technology Research Institute of Taiwan, (ITRI), which will enable them to pursue joint projects in identified areas of mutual interest, and exchange beneficial information and expertise. The aim of ...


Restructuring of Oxford Instruments' UK Superconductivity businesses


Oxford Instruments plc announced the creation of Oxford Instruments NanoScience and its intention to discontinue general volume production of undifferentiated low field magnets for OEM customers. In the UK, Oxford Instruments' Superconductivity Segment currently consists of two businesses: the ...


Oxford Instruments refocuses on nanoanalysis


A restructuring of Oxford Instruments Analytical has been announced to better reflect the group strategy set by the new CEO, Jonathan Flint, earlier this year. This strategy is "to be the leading provider of new generation tools and systems for the Physical Science and Bioscience sectors based on ...


Oxford Instruments acquires HKL Technology A/S


Oxford Instruments plc announced that it is has agreed to acquire HKL Technology A/S (HKL), a leading manufacturer of Electron BackScatter Diffraction (EBSD) systems, based in Hobro, Denmark. HKL will become part of the Oxford Instruments Analytical (OIA) business. HKL, led by Niels-Henrik ...


Oxford Instruments: Board Changes


Oxford Instruments plc announced that Dr Andrew Mackintosh has resigned as a Director of the Company on 31 March 2005 with immediate effect. This announcement follows the Press Release dated 18 November 2004 where it was disclosed that Dr Andrew Mackintosh had relinquished his duties as Chief ...


Oxford Instruments Superconductivity announces the world's first 950MHz magnet system for NMR Spectroscopy


In May 2005, Oxford University's Department of Biochemistry will take delivery of the world's first 22.31 Tesla, 950MHz NMR magnet system for Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) Spectroscopy. The 950 MHz magnet system, manufactured by Oxford Instruments Superconductivity for the university's NMR ...


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