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Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) is an optical emission spectroscopy technique used to measure elemental concentrations in a material
3D profiling of surfaces, sometimes known as surface profilometry, is the accurate 3-dimensional topography of any given surface.
For biological imaging purposes, electron microscopy (EM) is a superior imaging technique that has been shown to achieve the highest level of spatial resolution in protein localization as compared to any other form of cellular imaging.
Two-dimensional materials have gained enormous attention in the scientific community recently for their unconventional properties and characteristics which find applications in a large number of industries.
Metrology is the science of measurement. In today's world, there are various tools and technologies at our disposal for measuring an entity. Being such a broad field consisting of numerous disciplines, few examples include clocks, sensors, microscopes, and thermometers.
It is no surprise that technological advancements on the hardware and software used in smartphones have been improving at a rapid pace.
Driven by the constantly rising need for greater bandwidth and faster connection speeds, fiber optic transmission is increasingly standard in modern society.
The laser drilling process involves the creation of varyingly sized holes in a wide range of materials, most notably diamonds.
Laser foil printing is a foil-based additive manufacturing technology for creating metal parts, building the parts up layer by layer as directed by 3D digital model data.