Introducing a new flexible benchtop time domain NMR instrument for research and development

We regret to inform you that due to unforeseen circumstances, we have postponed this Oxford Instruments Magnetic Resonance webinar scheduled for Wed, February 21.

We sincerely thank you for your interest and please accept our apologies for the postponement. We will be in touch with a new date/time for the rescheduled webinar. We hope you can join us then.

In the meantime, you might be interested to read their new paper – From R&D to QC, making NMR accessible for everyone ( and if you have any immediate questions about TD-NMR or their products, please do not hesitate to contact Oxford Instruments directly by email at [email protected]


This interactive webinar introduces Oxford Instruments new, time domain nuclear magnetic resonance (TD-NMR) instrument. This benchtop system is highly flexible and configurable and is designed for both academic and industrial research. Providing analyses over a wide temperature range, pulsed field gradients to monitor diffusion, and different nuclei options, it characterises important sample properties across food science, pharmaceuticals, cosmetics, polymers, batteries, concrete, and chemical research. 

The webinar will detail both the instrument capabilities and applications, including droplet size distribution in emulsions, sedimentation of suspensions, and porous media characterisation.  

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What is TD-NMR?
  • What can TD-NMR tell me about my samples?
  • The experiments that can be conducted and measurements that can be made on the new TD-NMR instrument from Oxford Instruments
  • Example applications addressed by the new TD-NMR instrument

About the event speakers: 

Dr Kevin Nott has been at Oxford Instruments since 2005, firstly as an applications specialist and then product manager. During this time, he has developed protocols and applications that are used by various industries globally.  Kevin was previously at the University of Cambridge where he used Time Domain NMR and MRI measurements for studying food and food processing.

Dr Tatiana Monaretto joined Oxford Instruments last October as a TD-NMR application scientist. She completed her PhD in Physical Chemistry, specializing in developing TD-NMR method University of São Paulo in Brazil. She also has conducted post-doctoral research using TD-NMR/MRI to study food and materials in various research groups in France.

Dr Rosie Jones graduated with a BSc and MSc in GeoSciences and Geochemistry from the University of Leeds, and a PhD in Geology from the University of Edinburgh. She joined Oxford Instruments NanoAnalysis in 2019 after completing a Postdoctoral Research position at the University of Oxford. Rosie has always worked with a strong focus on analytical techniques, including SEM-EDS, EPMA-WDS, XRF and mass spectrometry. She is currently Business Manager for Magnetic Resonance and works with the product management team to develop NMR instrumentation and applications.

Who is this event for? 

This webinar is ideally suited for academics, researchers, lab managers, PhD students, R&D department heads, lab assistants, and scientific instrument buyers. 

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