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We are pleased to welcome Dr Michihisa Yamamoto from the Quantum-Phase Electronic Center, The University of Tokyo, and Center of Emergent Matters, RIKEN, Japan to our head office in Tubney this morning. Dr Yamamoto won the 2017 Sir Martin Wood Science Prize for his work on 'Control and detection of quantum phase in semiconductor nanostructures'. #scienceprize https://bit.ly/2slc3Nk
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#Congratulations to Dr Philip Moll of Max Plank Institute for Chemical Physics of Solids in Dresden, Germany – for winning the 2018 Nicholas Kurti #SciencePrize for Europe. Great job on development of novel micro-structuring techniques, and thereby enabling entirely new classes of low temperature and high #magnetic field measurements https://bit.ly/2L2E8AY
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If you are dealing with #Nanoscale Physics, here is a new paper that clarifies one of the important open issues regarding topological Josephson junctions. Glad to see this outstanding research has been carried out using our Cryofree dilution refrigerator – Triton. https://arxiv.org/abs/1803.09976
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If you are attending The International Conference on Superconductivity and Magnetism (ICSM 2018) being held in Antalaya, Turkey - join our expert Dr Ziad Melhem for his two talks and learn about some of the record-breaking #innovations in #magnet technology https://bit.ly/2KsNB42
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We’re in Orlando at ENC (Experimental Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Conference) this week. Stop by our booth 200 for a demo of Pulsar, a high resolution benchtop NMR spectrometer https://www.oxford-instruments.com/pulsar
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Congratulations to Dr ZHOU Shuyun, Dr ZHAO Jun and Dr QIAN Tian – the joint winners of the 2018 Sir Martin Wood Science Prize for China, recognised for their outstanding contributions in the low temperatures/high magnetic fields. The winners received the Prize money, trophy and certificate in a presentation ceremony, held at the Low Temperature Meeting in Henan Province on 18th April, before a large gathering of over 350 physicists. https://bit.ly/1XDXbQ9
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If you are attending the 'Oxford Symposium on Quantum Materials 2018' tomorrow, do not miss this session on #Superconducting and #cryogenics environments for #quantum materials and devices. https://bit.ly/2r256z9
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Congratulations to Jacob Bunn and Elizabeth Seal of Oxford Instruments NanoScience to receive the 'Apprenticeship of the Year' Awards out of total 20 apprentices nominated. It was awarded by The Engineering Trust Training Ltd. at a function last night. Our apprenticeship Program has been very successful providing the opportunities to gain skills and experience in a high technology engineering company. https://bit.ly/2hzz4II
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Ever since Oxford Instruments' first commercial superconducting magnet was built in 1962 by our founder Sir Martin Wood, we have been #innovation leaders in #magnet technology. Meet us at Magnetism 2018 being held in the University of Manchester this week! https://bit.ly/2tKlALG
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Register for our next #webinar - We’ll be talking #ALD.

19 April | 15:30 UTC

Listen to our expert Dr Harm Knoops who will be joined by special guest Dr Uwe Shroeder from NaMLab GmbH, Dreseden.

Find out more & sign up at www.oxinst.com/ALDk

#ALDep #PlasmaTech #NaMLab
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