Read our new whitepaper based on work recently published by Heriot-Watt University, reporting the generation of 23fs pulses at a wavelength of 1.6µm from a degenerate doubly resonant optical parametric oscillator pumped by a 1GHz gigajet Ti:Sapphire oscillator from Laser Quantum. Download the whitepaper for further information.
Two-photon microscopy is an imaging technique invented by Denk, Webb and co-workers (Denk et al, 1990). The simple principles rely on simultaneous absorption of two-photons from a laser beam spatially focussed into a sample plane, to emit a fluorescent signal. The advantages of two-photon microscopy compared to conventional methods is the minimal effect of photo-bleaching […]
Join Laser Quantum at the DPG Spring Meetings in Hannover, Germany between 1-3 March and in Regensburg, Germany between 8-10 March. The DPG Spring Meetings are one of the largest of their kind in Europe, and attract an international audience and world-leading scientists. Please visit our booth where two of our experts, Dr. Gregor Klatt […]
Optical clocks offer the most precise time-keeping in the world due to improved stability over the microwave clocks. The NPL (National Physical Laboratory) have demonstrated that time keeping can be done to the accuracy of one ten-millionth of a second per century. The counter used to measure this, with incredible accuracy, is a frequency comb. […]
In celebration of our brand new website, we launched a competition to win £20’s worth of Amazon vouchers. We would like to thank all those who entered and congratulate the winners. The winners will be informed via email and prizes will be sent out. Please continue to look through the new and improved features of […]