Jan. 23, 2014
NKT Photonic´s SuperK Compact provides single mode, fiber delivered light in the entire 450-2400nm range and can be triggered externally and synced with low jitter from single shot up to 20 kHz. The affordable price and the external trigger function of the supercontinuum fiber laser opens up new applications for supercontinuum sources.
moreJan. 14, 2014
Craic TimePro kinetic spectroscopy software package is designed to be used with Craic Technology's microspectrophotometers and their controlling Lambdafire software.
The software package allows the user to monitor changes in the spectra over time and to measure the time dependent changes in full UV-visible-NIR range reflectance, absorbance and even emission spectra of microscopic samples. This will provide a unique and valuable tool for everything from chemistry to biological research.
moreOct. 10, 2013
REO has named Newport as the exclusive global sales partner for their extensive range of Helium-Neon lasers. Specifically, this product line includes HeNe's with red, green, yellow and infrared output, as well as a single frequency, stabilized HeNe that operates at 633 nm. Under the terms of this agreement, which became effective July 1, 2013, Newport will inventory all REO HeNe products, and handle all sales and technical support for new customers through its global sales team.
moreJun. 20, 2013
The Electron Microscopy and Analysis Group Conference (EMAG 2013) will be held at the University of York, UK from 3-6 September 2013. This biennial conference has established a strong reputation as a key event for the national and international electron microscopy community.
moreApr. 12, 2013
Artemis CCD has introduced VS range of cooled scientific cameras.
The model series feature CCD sensors from 1.4Mpixels to 9.2Mpixels resolution in both monochrome and color and boasts a comprehensive feature list for ease of customer integration.
moreFeb. 05, 2013
Since the 19th century, microscopy and spectroscopy methods have illuminated many aspects of chemistry and physics, from defining atomic spectra to bringing clarity to Einstein's photoelectric effect. Now, in the early 21st century, chemical images generated via high-resolution spatiotemporal measurements combined with spectroscopy are edging us closer to a scientific dream: to visualize single-molecule or atomic scales in situ and in real time. Molecular research in organic photovoltaics, polymers, macro/supra-molecular self-assembly, biomembranes, proteins, and generally matter organized to form nanoscale molecular structures all could benefit from this burgeoning ultrafast, femtosecond nano-imaging capability.
moreDec. 18, 2012
Photonic Science Limited has introduced InGaAs cameras for the standard spectral range (900 to 1700nm) with extension in the visible range (400nm) as well as infrared region (2200nm).
moreNov. 08, 2012
Craic Technologies has announced the addition of lasers with peak wavelengths ranging from 405 nm through the 830 nm to the Craic Apollo Raman microspectrometer.
Craic Apollo enables scientists and engineers to measure the Raman spectra from microscopic samples or microscope sampling areas of large samples. The microspectrometer can even be added to a microspectrophotometer adding Raman microspectroscopy to UV-visible-NIR absorbance, reflectance and fluorescence microspectroscopy and imaging.
moreOct. 08, 2012
Edmund Optics (EO) has launched online Life Science pages which offer product recommendations and technical resources for life sciences application.
Select from Bioimaging and Microscopy, Diagnostics and Genomics, Spectroscopy, Ophthalmology, or Medical Lasers applications to find recommended products and technical resources. Each area includes definitions, application notes, videos, success stories, and stock components as well as a link to EO's technical support to help customers select the right products based on their specific technical requirements.
moreOct. 02, 2012
Physicists have directly imaged Landau Levels - the quantum levels that determine electron behaviour in a strong magnetic field - for the first time since they were theoretically conceived of by Nobel prize winner Lev Landau in 1930.