Optics and lasers
Optical components and measurement systems, as well as different types of lasers for a full range of research and commercial applications.
New update V2.9 ready for download
The Hiden announce the introduction of the all-new DLS-20 mass spectrometer, setting a new performance standard for high resolution quadrupole systems.
Modulatable 561 nm & 532 nm DPLs, compact OEM Q-switched lasers and a new white paper on gas sensing.
The mvBlueGEMINI kits include all components for developing your Machine Vision applications
Zaber’s new filter wheel (X-FWR-E) has a built-in controller, a low-profile, high speed filter changes of 57 ms, and holds 7 or 10 optics.
Latest Release Enables Advanced Design of LEDs, OLEDs and Displays
N & C Glass, one of the leading manufacturers of glass and glazing products in the UK, is part of the wider Nicholls & Clarke Group, made up of businesses dedicated to the manufacture, distribution ...
The new OWIS® catalogue, edition GK 11, is available since the second quarter 2016. This includes on more than 700 pages the complete OWIS® programme of optical beam handling and positioning systems. In addition a separate chapter presents customer-specific options in the field of customized solutions.
Laser Lines’ Steve Knight takes a look at an ever-developing technique, multi photon microscopy.
CRAIC Technologies announces the addition of UV-visible-NIR transmission and reflectance polarization spectroscopy and imaging to CRAIC Technologies microspectrophotometers.
High beam quality allows for small spots
From weapons to white dwarfs: How military labs are opening up to the world
Making the most from the latest advances
Physics and food: How physics research is shaping how and what we eat
Animal magic: How a physicist fell in love with penguins
Laser Quantum’s latest video tests the gem laser’s performance after being exposed to Arctic conditions
Stéphane Bussa takes over the responsibility for Sales and Marketing at PI (Physik Instrumente)
Park Systems, World Leading Supplier of Atomic Force Microscopes, Invites All Researchers to Become Park AFM Scholars and Receive a Nanotechnology Research Scholarship
Park Systems announces the 2017 Park AFM Scholarship Award eligible to undergraduate or postdoctoral students working in nanotechnology research either already using Park AFM or who have research they would like to do with Atomic Force Microscope and need help getting access to the equipment.
Whether your lab is in need of a complete, easy-to-use system or you need to upgrade your current system, CRAIC Technologies’ rIQ™ is the perfect low cost option for you.
Andor Shamrock spectrometer and fast, sensitive iXon EMCCD camera at heart of discovery