September 25th, 2015 | Company News
3D Laser Traps
The Universidad of Complutense Madrid, recently published a paper using 3D freestyle laser traps to study light-driven particle dynamics and beyond. There are many applications which require trapping and manipulation of dielectric colloidal particles especially in microscience, nanoscience and technology. This new laser tool, utilising a ventus 532, opens up new prospects in the study of hydrodynamics and optofluidics at the microscale. Please click the link below to read the complete paper.