Researchers from the University of Sheffield are currently helping to build the world’s biggest and most revolutionary solar telescope, The Daniel K Inouye Solar Telescope.
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Oxford Instruments has launched a new Cryofree® optical cryostat – the Optistat™Dry – specifically designed for low temperature spectroscopy applications.
The Olympus BioScapes Digital Imaging Competition® 2014 is the world’s foremost forum for exhibiting amazing microscope images of life science subjects.
Newbury Electronics, one of the very few leading manufacturers of printed circuit board assemblies (PCBAs) in the UK, are investing in the sophisticated X-ray inspection system from Nikon Metrology – Nikon XT V160.
Optical imaging is a technology which explains the characteristics of infrared, ultraviolet and visible light. It is a non-invasive technique which uses non-ionizing radiation in order to obtain images of tissues and organs.
In this interview, as part of our coverage of the International Year of Light 2015, Wesley Legant talks about his work on lattice light sheet microscopy, which represents a leap forward in live-cell imaging.
Mark Donaghy from Raptor Photonics talks about Ninox, their new cooled VIS-SWIR InGaAs camera. The Ninox integrates the latest sensor technology with TEC or water cooling to -20°C for low noise imaging.
In this Insights from Industry interview, Benno Oderkerk, CEO of Avantes, talks to AZoOptics about the last 20 years of innovation at Avantes, the celebrations for the company's 20th anniversary, and their plans for the future.
Dr Chris Tisse, CTO at ULIS, talks to AZoOptics about Energy Efficient High-precision Thermal Imaging Sensor Arrays and the innovations currently taking place with ULIS.
Sebastien Blais-Ouellette, CEO and Founder of Photon etc. talks to AZoOptics about Short wavelength infrared camera technology.
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