GigaBeam Corporation, deploying market disruptive "wireless fiber optics" technology to economic centers across the globe, announced today that it has received purchase orders for 24 additional WiFiber® links from One Velocity Inc, a leading wireless telecom provider for the Western United States.
The University of Central Florida has signed a licensing agreement with Holochip Corp. for a portfolio of technologies that will allow zoom lenses, such as those used in digital cameras and camera phones, to be manufactured at a dramatically smaller size without compromising clarity.
A new device to make laser-to-fiber and fiber-to-fiber connections within optical fiber packages has been named by R & D Magazine as one of the 100 most technologically significant products introduced into the market in 2006.
High-quality reproducible staining and coverslipping applications standardize specimen preparation procedures in the modern laboratory.
The German Leica Microsystems CMS GmbH and Danish Koheras A/S signed a non-exclusive license agreement on several of Leica's fundamental patent rights relating to the usage of supercontinuum sources in a multitude of applications in January 2006.
By winning its third German Business Innovation Award, Leica Microsystems has ultimately established its position at the cutting edge of German innovators.
The top management of Leica Microsystems GmbH has now been reinforced by the addition of a fourth member of the management board: Ludger Althoff, a qualified mechanical engineer, will be responsible for the production of the company for high-tech precision optic systems, reporting directly to company President Dr. Wolf-Otto Reuter.
Learning starts with perception. Sensory impressions leave their marks and become the building blocks of knowledge.
Outstanding illumination in any situation: with its new TL ST (bright field), TL BFDF (bright/dark field), TL RC™ and TL RCI™ (Rottermann Contrast™ technology) transmitted-light bases, Leica Microsystems is introducing a series of bases specially designed for stereomicroscopy.
Leica Microsystems has released its new high resolution spectral confocal system Leica TCS SPE.
This year, Leica Microsystems, a Wetzlar, Germany-based optics manufacturer, is presenting sensational fluorescence images at the world's largest industry trade show for solutions in the fields of analytics, laboratory technology and life sciences.
As a leading manufacturer of microscopy systems for industrial quality control, the optics manufacturer Leica Microsystems will this year again be represented at the international trade fair for quality assurance.
Leica Steel Expert is a powerful new software solution that brings fast, reproducible and accurate results to the process of automated inclusion rating for stainless steel.
The improved external filter wheels from Leica Microsystems feature three outstanding characteristics.
Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF) is an excellent tool for the functional examination of processes in living cells.