Oxford Instruments Asylum Research Receives the 2014 Microscopy Today Innovation Award for blueDrive Photothermal Excitation
Oxford Instruments Asylum Research, the technology leader in Atomic Force Microscopy, has received the prestigious 2014 Microscopy Today Innovation Award for the development of blueDrive™ Photothermal Excitation.
PROFIT magazine unveils 26th annual list of Canada’s Fastest-Growing Companies.
The Janis Research ultra-low temperature (ULT) group is proud to announce the development of an enhanced top-loading Helium-3 cryostat with sample in UHV environment, the model HE-3-TLSUHV-STM.
Allectra co-worked with DECTRIS’ engineering partner ADS to develop in-vacuum X-ray detector for Diamond Light Source, UK
Allectra, with its competence in vacuum feedthrough technology, worked with DECTRIS’ engineering partner ADS to realize the operation of the PILATUS 12M in vacuum at Diamond Light Source, the UK’s national synchrotron science facility.
DO-28825/BE - Supply of a prototype of a 6MW Peak Power S - band Klystron with operating voltage below 60 kV
This technical specification concerns the development, manufacture, test and delivery to CERN of a prototype of a 6 MW S-band (2.99855 GHz) klystron. The primary requirements are an operating voltage below 60 KV and a RF power production efficiency above 60%.
In this month’s issue of Physics World, Ashley Dale from the University of Bristol warns of the “catastrophic” and “long-lasting” impacts of “solar super-storms” and the dangers we face if the threat continues to go unnoticed.
To be on the cutting edge is the stated goal of the OWIS GmbH, a global leading manufacturer of optical beam handling and positioning systems. Thus, since March 2014 the company provides in collaboration with the software developer CADENAS extensive product records in various formats to download.
CERN experiments in the UK: Meet the Buyer, Friday 24th October 2014, Royal College of Physicians, London
This event is for UK manufacturers and service providers.
The ESRF has released a tender for: ESRF CFT 2239 : FLAT PANEL XRAY DETECTOR.
In this white paper, we explore how a one part system is constructed, how it can and should be used, and how it can be modified to achieve a variety of performance properties. Also learn how technological advances have resulted in innovative, unique systems.
UK Optical plastics and City University London sign a collaboration agreement to develop novel, compact ophthalmic diagnostic equipment
Discussions with third party manufacturers/investors are on going.
The deadline to return the information to CERN is 31st July 2014
The ESRF Council has expressed unanimous support for the implementation of the second phase of the ESRF Upgrade Programme and approved the related Technical Design Report.
Actuators based on the piezo effect move heavy loads with resolutions in the sub-nanometer range and response times below one millisecond, enabling dynamic operation at high scanning frequencies.
MANCEF is pleased to announce that COMS 2014 will be in Salt Lake City from October 12-15. We are working with the University of Utah to make this a fantastic COMS!
MS-4029/PH/ALICE - Supply of automatic assembly systems for the Hybrid Integrated Circuits of the ALICE ITS upgrade
Market surveys are a precursor to calls for tender and designed to identify suitable companies. Only companies that meet the requirements at the market survey stage will be invited to tender.
The last space shuttle start July 2011 was recorded with 2x pco.dimax cameras at 200 frames/s at full resolution (2016 x 2016 pixel) by NASA. The video clip shows the sequence of one of the cameras at different display speeds: 200 frames/s - 25 frames/s - 100 frames/s.
A Sea-Eagle from a falconry starts, flies and lands in Slow motion. The sequences were filmed by Norbert Porta from Science Docu, www.sciencedocu.de, with a pco.dimax at 1000 frames/s in 2016 x 2016 pixel resolution. A Full HD extract is shown at various display speeds from 25 - 100 images/s.
Rainer Bergomaz (Blue Paw Artists) and Daniel Nimmervoll (www.nimmervoll.org) have recorded more nice sequences of falling and jumping drops in slow motion with a pco.dimax HD highspeed camera. Enjoy the liquid beauty of drops…
Friday 24th October 2014, Royal College of Physicians, London.