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    Ocean Optics is the world leader in solutions for optical sensing. We enable diverse applications in medical and biological research, environmental monitoring, life science, science education and...
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    Over the last 25 years, NT-MDT has been involved in the development, production and support of research instrumentation, primarily, atomic force microscopes (AFM) and its combinations with ultrahigh...
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    The Bruker name has become synonymous with the excellence, innovation and quality that characterizes our comprehensive range of scientific instrumentation. Bruker's trusted solutions...
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    Wasatch Photonics creates products that redefine the limits of compact spectroscopy. We’re fascinated by the many ways light can be used to understand nature and solve the problems that touch...
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    Hellma is independent provider of integrated solutions for optical analysis and leading manufacturer of high-precision products made of optical glass, quartzglass and crystals. Photonics and molecular...
  • News - 22 Nov 2010
    UK-based Hamamatsu Photonics has launched its full frame transfer CCD (FFT-CCD) imaging sensors in the S11510 range featuring extreme sensitivity in the near-IR light spectrum. By employing the...
  • News - 8 Oct 2010
    Hamamatsu Photonics releases improved Full Frame Transfer CCD (FFT-CCD) imaging sensors in the S11510 series which offers intense sensitivity in the NIR spectrum. A MEMS configuration can be achieved...
  • Article - 8 Oct 2019
    In 1928, the famous Indian physicist CV Raman discovered the inelastic scattering of photons from an atom or a molecule. This effect was thus called Raman scattering or the Raman Effect.
  • Article - 3 Jul 2019
    Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy is a type of Raman Spectroscopy, and an ultrasensitive analytical tool used for both chemical and biological analysis.
  • Article - 26 Feb 2019
    Some non-invasive glucose monitoring devices are based on sensors using near-infrared, mid-infrared or Raman spectroscopy and photoacoustics.