In the simplest form of optical microscope, lenses are used to focus the source light that is transmitted through the specimen of interest. More complex microscopes use combinations of lenses and optics to allow for greater magnification and higher resolution imaging.
How Can Electron Microscopy Help Our Understanding of Allergic Reactions?
By Liam Critchley
Surface Measurement Methods for Thin-Plane Parallel Optics
From Zygo Corporation
How to Evaluate Optical Coating Suppliers for Risk Reduction
Recent and Future Developments in Using Cryo-Electron Microscopy to Discover Drugs
By Benedette Cuffari
How the Mirrored Chip May Lead the Way to Handheld Dark-Field Microscopes
By Sarah Moore
The History of Camera Sensors and the Newest Developments
By Brett Smith
State-of-the-Art Lenses for Medical Technologies
From Resolve Optics Ltd.
New Laser Technique Developed for Cataract Surgery
IR Detectors Used in Breath Gas Analysis
From Laser Components (UK) Ltd.
New ‘Saliva Test’ to Instantly Detect Coronavirus with Lasers
Tiny Diode Unit Acts as Optical Transmitter and Receiver
Laser Method May Lead to Intense, Compact Particle Accelerators
PDR Releases New GenX Large Cabinet X-Ray Systems
From PDR Rework
Polarisation Helps to Reveal Details that Remain Hidden to Other Sensors
From IDS Imaging Development Systems GmbH
Large Area 3D Optical Metrology System, S wide
From Sensofar Metrology
Reality in Virtual Reality Limited (RIVR) is a developer of Virtual Reality (VR) assets in both photo-realistic and 360 video virtual reality experiences.
Adam Brierly & Henry Orr
In this article, AZoOptics spoke to Brinell Vision about their infrared filters and how they are being used in astronomy and climate monitoring.
In this interview, Joe Wragg from LIG Nanowise, talks to AZoOptics about their range of Microsphere Enabled Lenses that can be used for Imaging Volcanic Mineralogy Samples.
This page details the capabilities of the pico™, a small-area LED solar simulator.
The SE-2000 is a spectroscopic ellipsometer with rotating compensator optics.
This page details the capabilities of the CTratio 2M, a ratio pyrometer for high-temperature measurement of metals.