WITec GmbH, the prime mover of technological advance in commercial Raman microscopes, has received a 2021 Microscopy Today Innovation Award for its alpha300 apyron fully automated Raman imaging system. It was selected by the editors of Microscopy Today as one of
Raman imaging innovator WITec GmbH and cryogenic microscopy specialist attocube systems AG have jointly introduced cryoRaman, a cryogenic Raman imaging system integrates attocube’s leading-edge cryostat and nanopositioner technology with the vaunted sensitivity and modularity of WITec’s alpha300 correlative microscope series.
QTec® is a new laser vibrometry invention eliminating the root cause of noise delivering superior optical sensitivity, enabling high-fidelity measurements on all surfaces. The new, patented and highly innovative technology QTec® from Polytec significantly improves the signal-to-noise ratio (SNR). QTec®
We have recently installed a WITec alpha300R Confocal Raman Imaging Microscope at the BioInnovation Institute in Copenhagen. The tool will primarily be used for SERS research and SERS application development. Over time it will also be used for drug delivery
May 11, 2021 – 10:00-11:00 AM EDT Event Overview This presentation will describe the principles of 3D Raman imaging and the speaker will show in detail how to access chemical imaging at the highest spatial and spectral resolution. Comprehensive analyses
Wednesday, May 19, 2021 at 1pm EDT Event Overview With the rise of confocal Raman imaging microscopy as a preferred chemical characterization method, a wide range of applications have emerged that demonstrate its potential for state-of-the-art research. This virtual conference
The webcast will focus on beam profiling from a practical standpoint covering the most important beam parameters The event takes place between 16-17.00(CET) on December 9th.
Ab Kimmy Photonics Oy of Espoo, Finland and Laser 2000 GmbH of Wessling, Germany has entered an agent agreement to cover the market area of Nordic and Baltic area Laser 2000 GmbH was founded in 1986 by Armin Luft in Munich,
The aim is to teach laser vibrometry with the latest state of the art industry technology with exciting experiments and tutorials through simplicity, reliability and high quality standards
Micro.View brings a new level of performance to non-contact 3D areal measurements and large Z scan ranges with Continuous Scanning Technology, step heights and µ-roughness