New Modules in the “VisUV” ps Pulsed Laser Platform

Two new pulsed laser modules have been introduced, rounding out the “VisUV” platform line-up. Up to now, modules based on this platform provided laser pulses at 266 nm, 355 nm, and 532 nm, either individually or in combination with one or two other wavelengths. The new module “VisUV-1064” emits picosecond pulsed laser light at 1064 nm with an average optical power of more than 1 W, the “VisUV-532-HP” provides high-powered sub-nanosecond pulses at 532 nm with an average optical power of up to 750 mW.

Oil system for mild hybrid vehicles

New oil system developed for greener, more fuel efficient mild hybrid vehicles.

A single wire to improve diesel engine efficiency

Delphi integrates a switch in the Diesel engine injector to enhance efficiency and reduce emissions

Combining of Fluorescence Microscopy with an AFM

Combination of Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) with the single-molecule-sensitive fluorescence microscopy platform “MicroTime 200” that grants fascinating insights into the structure, dynamics, and interactions of single molecules or their assemblies in cells.

Light Rider is the world’s first 3D-printed motorcycle

APWorks developed a lightweight motorcycle using bionic design and a selective 3D laser printing system

New ultrafiltration membrane for offshore application

GE’s new ZeeWeed* 700B Ultrafiltration membrane for seawater pretreatment, removal of sulfate and suspended solids.

Award for innovative release film

Infiana receives AIMCAL Award for its novel FlexPLAS release film

Picosecond Pulse Laser Platform for STED Microscopy

Pulsed laser platform “VisIR-765 STED”, developed especially for use as depletion laser in STimulated Emission Depletion (STED) microscopy applications. It generates picosecond laser pulses optimized for STED.

Some like it hot

Heat resistant innovations from Lapp for applications in hot ambient conditions like power stations, blast furnaces and motors

New transparent luminous pigments

Research scientists at the Leibniz-Institute for New Materials have developed luminous particles that can also withstand high temperatures. When activated by UV light or x-rays, they glow orange red.