Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance are committed to the development and manufacture of information-driven solutions for novel applications in life sciences, research and industrial process control. The company’s knowledge was founded in the field of Nuclear Magnetic Resonance (NMR) instrumentation, receiving high recognition for its innovation dating over forty years. more
Today Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance are focused on solving complex and often unique technology problems for the understanding of biomolecular structure and function across industrial, life science and drug discovery applications. In the industrial process area, our low field benchtop instruments offer fast, accurate and simple measurement solutions to routine Quality Control problems.
The company’s product portfolio consists of a series of bench-top NMR instruments and a novel concept for Dynamic Nuclear Polarisation (DNP)-NMR sensitivity enhancement with the introduction of HyperSense.
We have recently added MARAN-iP to our portfolio. MARAN-iP allows the user to obtain valuable insight into the mechanisms of drug release behavior through hydration parameter measurements and image visualization. more
Our customers are from both the industrial and bioscience sectors and count on our specialized knowledge in developing technology to meet their specific needs. By listening to our customers we provide focused solutions enabling the development of advanced and exciting applications in life science research and industrial process control.
As part of the Oxford Instruments group we have an extensive service network ensuring customer support you can depend on.
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