Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance and Active Spectrum, a California-based technology company located in Foster City, have entered an agreement to develop and manufacture Electron Magnetic Resonance (EMR) products that will be sold worldwide by Oxford Instruments.
The agreement will enable Oxford Instruments to expand their range of benchtop QA products through the offering of Active Spectrum's innovative micro-EMR technology. With applications in the foods sector, it is a natural complement to Oxford Instruments' established MQC nuclear magnetic resonance systems. The collaboration will also provide a new, practical and affordable way to reinvigorate the teaching of EMR in universities and colleges, where the technique has become under-used due to the obsolescence of existing instruments, and the (until now) prohibitively high cost of buying a new instrument.
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