Jan. 17, 2012
The world's most accurate metronome keeps stroke to an incredible 10 quintillionth of a second. The device enables slow-motion pictures from the world of molecules and atoms, scientists from the Center for Free-Electron Laser Science (CFEL) in Hamburg, Germany, and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) report. The metronome, an ultrashort pulse laser, acting as an optical flywheel, is currently the most precise clock generator on short time scales, writes the research team headed by DESY scientist Prof. Franz X.
moreDec. 13, 2011
Researchers have demonstrated a new imaging tool for tracking structures called carbon nanotubes in living cells and the bloodstream, which could aid efforts to perfect their use in biomedical research and clinical medicine.
moreDec. 08, 2011
Cobolt has released the Cobolt MLD Series lasers, high performance laser diode modules covering a spectral range between 405 and 660 nm.
moreNov. 15, 2011
Cobolt has announced the release of the Dual Combiner 473+594 nm which is optimized for high-end Optogenetics research applications.
This version of the Cobolt Dual Combiner offers two emission wavelengths for light-activated proteins: 473nm (up to 50mW) and 594 nm (up to 100mW) from one small box.
moreNov. 15, 2011
The Agilent Monolithic Laser Combiner MLC 400, distributed by Laser 2000 Europe, is a perfect solution for confocal, super resolution and fluorescence microscopy. Long-life DPSS and diode lasers are efficiently combined in a single output fiber, which is coupled to the microscope. With the integrated AOTF fast switching between the wavelengths and fast regulation of the output power is possible.
The unique design includes permanent factory alignment. No more losing time with adjusting lasers instead of taking microscope images.
moreOct. 20, 2011
To measure and display ultra fast processes - ones that happen in minuscule time frames, e.g. the motion of electrons within atoms or molecules - impulses of light are utilized which have a shorter time frame as the process being analyzed.
This is only possible using lasers and the shortest laser impulses that can be generated today are measured in atto-seconds (one attosecond equals one quintillionth of a second: 10-18s). Up until now, generating such short laser impulses was only possible in special laboratories using complicated and extensive procedures.
moreOct. 18, 2011
Based on a novel proprietary technology, the InSight DeepSee delivers nearly double the tuning range of existing ultrafast lasers and provides seamless access to long infrared wavelengths for deepest in vivo imaging, taking multiphoton imaging to new depths.
moreOct. 18, 2011
Cobolt has introduced a higher power version of its Cobolt Jive 561nm. The laser is available on the 05-01 Series single frequency platform with an output power of 500 mW CW. 200 mW and 300 mW powers are also available on the same platform. Lower power versions (25 mW-150 mW) can be found on the 04-01 Series SLM platform.
moreSep. 23, 2011
Frankfurt Laser Company has added Askion cw Laser Diode Module HQML3 to its portfolio of laser diodes, laser diode modules and DPSS lasers.
• Microscope Spectroscopy
• Medical Diagnostic
• General Research & Development
moreAug. 09, 2011
Easy-to-use new lasers are more and more replacing bulky legacy laser systems. This new generation of lasers provides flexibility, easy operation and is all in all more convenient to use. These novel approaches offer also new possibilities - supporting the rapid development of new microscopy techniques. Here we will review different laser types and their fields of application.