Article - 14 May 2013
Most of the commercially available dye lasers are either Fluorescein or Rhodamine laser dyes. Rhodamine dyes have efficient fluorescent characteristics, and can be detected using fluorometers.
Article - 15 Oct 2007
THis article discusses the differences between dye, fiber hosted, semiconductor, solid-state and free electron lasers.
News - 29 Sep 2022
An article published in Sensors reveals fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM), an important tool that provides unique information for biomedical research. The FLIM-MLP-Mixer, a multi-layer...
Article - 20 Jun 2022
Research has led to the possibility of producing lasers that involve biological cells, opening up a new avenue of exploration in biophotonics, the field of cellular lasers and biolasers.
Article - 14 May 2018
There are thousands of different types of lasers which are divided into different types according to the lasing medium they use. The most common ‘types’ of laser are gas, liquid, solid-state and...
Article - 10 Apr 2018
Raman spectroscopy, which uses the inelastic scattering of light falling on a material, is used for the characterization of materials (including nanostructures) because it is a non-destructive, fast,...
Article - 30 May 2012
This article gives an overview of how lasers work and their basic operating principles.