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March 2017 Newsletter Out Now

March 2017 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific March newsletter is now available. In this issue we announce a web page dedicated to Lake Shore‘s range of cryogenic temperature sensors, reveal Laser Focus World‘s in-depth article on Fibercryst’s Taranis single crystal fibre laser technology, look at NoIR LaserShields‘ flip-frame protective eyewear, and cover CRAIC Technologies’ 508 PV microspectrophotometer add-on for microscopes, plus news of four events we are attending in April.

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February 2015 Newsletter Out Now

Februnary 2015 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific February newsletter is now available. In this issue we combine our knowledge of both CRAIC Technologies and Lake Shore Cryotronics products to deliver a microspectrophotometer equipped custom Probe Station, announce the new Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezers and FEMTOOPTICS catalogues, and describe how Vescent’s D2-135 Module is superb for frequency detuning of master and slave lasers. We also look forward to the Photonex Roadshow in Southampton and the SU2P Symposium at St. Andrews, plus the International Year of Light and more…

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Custom Lake Shore CRX Probe Station with CRAIC Spectrophotometer installed at Southampton

Southampton Custom CRX

Elliot Scientific recently installed a unique integration of Lake Shore CRX micro-manipulated probe station, CRAIC Technologies InGaS Spectrophotometer, and Zeiss microscope at the University of Southampton’s Centre for Photonic Metamaterials.

Combining our knowledge of both CRAIC and Lake Shore products, we offset mounted a Zeiss microscope carrying the CRAIC Spectrophotometer onto the probe station.

The microscope was supported in a custom manufactured rig to provide smooth movement in three axes above the sample chamber, enabling the researchers to closely observe the optical properties of nanostructured materials at cryogenic temperatures through a broadband objective lens of special design.

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