Wavelength Wednesday Focus on Red and Green?

Posted by Kristopher Hesson on Dec 16, 2015 3:04:57 PM
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Wavelength Wednesday Focus on 405nm Laser for Flow Cytometry

Posted by Kristopher Hesson on Nov 18, 2015 4:16:23 PM

Each Wednesday we feature a specific wavelength of light and user submitted applications. This week's wavelength is a little bit different. I'm working from an application to a wavelength while we usually work the other way around.

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Wavelength Wednesday Spotlight on 475nm laser

Posted by Kristopher Hesson on Nov 4, 2015 1:14:59 PM

Each Wednesday we feature a specific wavelength of light and user submitted applications. This week's submission comes from Dr. Horacio Failache.  Take a look at his work with an extended cavity 475nm laser for Rydberg atom excitation.

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Wavelength Wednesday Spotlight on 532nm laser

Posted by Kristopher Hesson on Oct 28, 2015 9:49:46 AM

Each Wednesday we feature a specific wavelength of light and user submitted applications. This week's submission comes from Jonathan Fosdick. He is doing some unique work with his 532nm laser. Take a look.

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Wavelength Wednesday Spotlight on 415nm laser

Posted by Kristopher Hesson on Oct 21, 2015 12:58:44 PM

Each Wednesday we feature a specific wavelength of light and user submitted applications. This week's submission comes from Stephen Griffin of InnovaQuartz, LLC. He has a wonderful application for his 415nm laser. Take a look.

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Introducing Wavelength Wednesdays

Posted by Kristopher Hesson on Oct 14, 2015 11:10:10 AM

Lasers are becoming more commonplace every day. From laser pointers to lasers mounted on military drones the applications for laser light seem to be endless. We love lasers and talking about lasers but the general public doesn’t realize what an integral role lasers play in their everyday life.

Everyone that owns a Blue-ray player uses lasers and most of them don’t know it! Lasers are used in manufacturing, retail, university research, medicine and countless other ways. We even have customers that use our lasers to identify certain fluorescing elements within a biological sample!

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