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Oxford Instruments is in negotiations to acquire Andor Technology, the Belfast-based scientific camera manufacturer with more than 300 staff, for about £160m.
Oxford Instruments has acquired Platinum Medical Imaging, the US supplier of medical imaging parts with 33 staff, for an initial £11m.
Oxford Instruments has acquired Omicron NanoTechnology of Germany for £28m and Omniprobe of the US for £12m, in order to expand its industrial tools and systems business.
Oxford Instruments has sold its Molecular Beam Epitaxy service and support business to RIBER of France for £0.3m.
Oxford Instruments has bought the business and assets of Link Analytical, the Swedish distributor of analytical instruments, for an initial £0.6m.
Oxford Instruments has acquired Technologies & Devices International, the US developer of Hydride Vapour Phase Epitaxy technology, for an initial £0.5m.
Oxford Instruments has acquired VeriCold Technologies, the German manufacturer of pulse tube refrigerators, for up to £5.7m.
Oxford Instruments is to acquire Worldwide Analytical Systems, the German manufacturer of optical emission instrumentation, for up to £9.3m.
Oxford Instruments is to acquire HKL Technology, the Danish manufacturer of Electron BackScatter Diffraction systems, for an initial £2m.
Oxford Instruments has sold its medical operations to US-based Viasys Healthcare for £24m.
Oxford Instruments is to acquire Metorex International, the Finland-based instrumentation company, for an initial £3.3m.
Oxford Instruments is to set up a new laboratory with the Cavendish Laboratory at Cambridge University to collaborate on the development of detectors based on superconductors.
Oxford Instruments has acquired CMI International, the US manufacturer of equipment to measure thin metallic coatings, for about £1.3m.
Oxford Instruments has sold its Synchrotron Beamlines subsidiary to Danfysik of Denmark, with the transfer of 22 staff.
Oxford Instruments has set up a new manufacturing site for its plasma technology division at Clevedon near Bristol, where it will employ 30 workers.
Oxford Instruments has bought Austin Scientific, the US manufacturer of cryopumps and cryogenic coolers, for £4m.
Oxford Instruments is looking to recruit 80 new staff at its superconductivity subsidiary near Abingdon, including 40 specialist engineers and 40 manufacturing technicians.
Oxford Instruments is to close two sites in Abingdon which employ a total of 200 people, and relocate the operations to High Wycombe and Old Woking, Surrey.
Oxford Instruments is selling its Nuclear Measurements division to Canberra Industries for £5.9m.