Professor Geoffrey Ozin reviews some significant results in nanochemistry from 2011.
A tale of holography, spun from the Bombyx mori silkworm.
Scientists in Lausanne have developed an inkjet printing system to produce artificial living tissue.
Korean scientists present a new interlocking material based on the mechanism beetles use to lock away their wings.
USB to Ethernet converter device “AvaGigE” which enables the entire line of “Avaspec” USB-controlled spectrometers to plug into the Ethernet.
New range of high power “BoostiK” single-frequency fiber lasers offering up to 15 W output with low phase noise and narrow linewidth.
The 660 nm laser diode has an optical output of max. 130 mW and an almost round beam profile.
“VirtualLab 5”, a new generation of the optical modeling and design software. VirtualLab was the first field tracer on the market.
Newly developed light source modules offering many new fields of application.
Inverted “IX81” microscope with the new “ZDC2” Z-Drift compensation system which automatically maintains focus when capturing multiple images.