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The Quantum Flagship – expanding European scientific research

The Quantum Flagship, a new €1bn initiative spanning the course of the next 10 years, has now officially launched. The Quantum Flagship aims to push Europe to the forefront of quantum research collating over 5000 European researchers in academia and industry, and Laser Quantum’s product development has been able to contribute to one of the […]


November 28th, 2018 | Applications, Top Stories

New Optical Trapping animation video

A brand-new Laser Quantum animation video has just been released, highlighting the features and benefits of the Laser Quantum opus 1064 CW laser to improve your results in optical trapping. Find out more by watching the video below: The opus 1064 provides excellent pointing and high power stability for predictable, repeatable positioning, producing up to […]


November 7th, 2018 | Top Stories, Videos

New cancer detection techniques via microscope

Oxford Nanoimaging, a UK-based super-resolution imaging company, has showcased a groundbreaking new desktop microscope which allows scientists to see individual molecules in living cells. Their super-resolution microscope can measure molecules as close as 20 nanometers apart; by comparison, a sheet of paper is around 100,000 nm in thickness. ONI hopes to use this imaging technique […]


October 23rd, 2018 | Applications, Top Stories, Videos

Nobel Prize in Physics 2018

Scientists Arthur Ashkin, Gérard Mourou and Donna Strickland share the Nobel prize in physics for their pioneering work in laser physics, uncovering the applications that have led to the development of many Laser Quantum products. Ashkin has won half of the £771,000 prize for inventing optical tweezers, using laser light as a tool to move […]


October 5th, 2018 | Applications

Novanta video – We deliver innovations that matter

Since 2016, Laser Quantum has been a part of Novanta, a technology partner to medical and advanced industrial OEMs, providing expertise in photonics, vision and precision motion technologies. Novanta has just released a new video showcasing breakthrough innovations within these fields. The technology and applications that make these possible include: fine material processing, life science […]


September 10th, 2018 | Company News, Top Stories, Videos

Laser Quantum exhibiting across Europe

Laser Quantum is currently exhibiting at three separate locations in Europe simultaneously. You can find our booths, CW and ultrafast lasers, and experts on hand to help at the following events: Europhoton, 2nd-7th September: Barcelona, Spain – A discussion of  the latest breakthroughs in the field of solid-state, fibre and waveguide light sources. Lasers on […]


September 4th, 2018 | Company News

An even lower M2 value – opus 1064

The M2 value of a DPSS continuous wave laser has always been important in applications including optical trapping and Raman spectroscopy. In optical trapping, an M2 value close to unity enables a high degree of position predictability and repeatability, whilst in Raman spectroscopy, it ensures a tightly focussed beam. In both applications, the data gathered […]


August 31st, 2018 | Company News

Upcoming Exhibitions – September

Come and visit Laser Quantum around the world at its upcoming exhibitions. We will be showing a range of our ultrafast and continuous wave lasers, with experts available to give you guidance on the most suitable laser for your application. We regularly attend exhibitions around the world, in September you can find us at the […]


August 13th, 2018 | Company News

New video: Packing guide – ShockWatch impact indicator

The final video in our “How to” series has been released, detailing the information and instructions on the ShockWatch impact indicator included with every laser delivered by Laser Quantum. Please note that this video is for demonstration purposes only, and the exact packaging for the laser will vary between models. The video instructs recipients of […]


August 10th, 2018 | Company News

NV diamonds lead to a break-through in maser development

Recently published research by the Maser Group at Imperial College London, University College London and lead author Dr Jonathan Breeze have highlighted continuous wave masers using diamond nitrogen vacancy (NV) centres. The work was featured in Nature and became the front cover article for the March 2018 issue. The maser, an acronym for “microwave amplification […]


August 9th, 2018 | Company News

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