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Solving a Magnetic Raman Scattering Problem

In recent work in the Physical review, Dr. Mikhail Prosnikov was investigating Magnetic Raman scattering. In order to calculate some of these delicate measurements in the experiments, he required stable, weakly-divergent and narrow line lasers. The torus 532 laser from Laser Quantum was the perfect tool to use in order to acquire accurate data and […]


July 15th, 2019 | Company News

New papers released

Recent data from Maryland has shown that using a 660 nm wavelength laser can reduce absorption-mediated damage when performing long-term Brillouin imaging of live cells. The latest research uses the torus 660 nm and the torus 532 nm single longitudinal wave lasers by Laser Quantum and demonstrates that live cell imaging may be more efficient […]


July 10th, 2019 | Company News

ATTO2019 – Laser Quantum will be there!

Join Dr. Gregor Klatt at the upcoming ATTO2019 exhibition, hosted in Szeged, Hungary, between the 1-5 July. Showcasing some of the high specification lasers available, Gregor will be happy to talk about how these may further your research. The venteon range with the shortest commercially available pulse of <6 fs, and the superior CEP5 technology […]


June 28th, 2019 | Company News

One week to go!

Only one week until the Laser World of Photonics, Munich exhibition.  Laser Quantum is looking forward to showing off its new products and also some of the next products in the pipeline! The newest CW laser, the axiom 532 and the ultrafast 250 MHz repetition rate helixx laser will also be joined by our upcoming […]


June 17th, 2019 | Company News

New product launches at the upcoming Munich show

Laser Quantum will be exhibiting at the upcoming Laser World of Photonics Munich show. Find us on the Novanta booth A2.546 where we will be exhibiting new products for both our continuous wave and ultrafast ranges. Here is a sneak preview: The axiom 532 – exceptionally low noise <0.02% RMS. Along with an ultra-compact power […]


May 27th, 2019 | Company News, Events

Well done to our runners!

Well done to all the employees at Laser Quantum who entered and completed the Manchester 10K! It was a perfect day for the run and the atmosphere was buzzing. The team outperformed expectations, bringing home some great times with many runners getting a PB, but also raising over £990 for Time Out Group (North West) […]


May 21st, 2019 | Company News

Running for a good cause

On Sunday 19th May, 23 Laser Quantum employees will be participating in the Manchester 10K. The group of employees have been training hard over the last few months to reach peak physical fitness, ready to take on the challenge. However, the team aren’t only running it for the physical test, they aim to raise money […]


May 10th, 2019 | Company News

Using resonance scanners and ultrafast laser in FT-CARS

In this published paper by Hashimoto et al. (2018), ‘Ultra-broadband rapid-scan Fourier-transform CARS spectroscopy with sub-10-fs optical pulses’ leverages the benefits of products from Novanta. The experimental set-up contains a venteon ultra from Laser Quantum and a resonant scanner, CRS12 kHz, from Cambridge Technology. The paper demonstrates ultra-broadband Fourier-Transform Coherent Anti-Stokes Raman Scattering (FT-CARS) spectroscopy. […]


March 26th, 2019 | Applications

Advancements in nanoparticles

A recent paper in nature communications by Kim et al, (2018) ‘Photonic crystal cavities from hexagonal boron nitride’ uses the gem 532 laser as the excitation laser for the broadband emission in hexagonal boron nitride and single emitters. The paper examines the development of a scalable quantum photonic technique. It utilises hexagonal boron nitride as […]


March 20th, 2019 | Applications

Interesting new paper using the ventus 532

In a paper by Nieves et al. titled ‘Photothermal raster image correlation spectroscopy of gold nanoparticles in solution and on live cells’, the ventus 532 is used as the excitation laser within the photothermal confocal microscope set-up. In the experiment, the technique used, Raster image correlation spectroscopy (RICS), enables observation of a greater area of […]


March 12th, 2019 | Applications

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