Article - 27 Oct 2017
Many low-light imaging and spectroscopy applications depend upon extremely sensitive silicon- or InGaAs-based scientific detectors.
Article - 18 Aug 2017
It is not an easy task to measure to the nanometer scale—and to achieve that careful engineering and a basically good sensor are required.
Article - 27 Oct 2016
Exploiting quantum physical phenomena, quantum computing promises an advance in numerical processing power over traditional computing.
Article - 31 Aug 2016
There are various reasons to measure the spectroscopic characteristics of biological systems. Stained/native cells and tissues absorb and release light, leaving clear spectral signatures.
Article - 24 Jun 2016
A good combination of toughness, stiffness, and strength is required for fibers used in sophisticated applications, such as microelectronics, biomedical scaffolds, bulletproof vests, etc.
Article - 4 Jun 2015
Analytic rheology is the concept of determining the material’s microstructure based on the measurements of its viscoelastic response.
Article - 12 May 2015
The science and application of measurement has been necessary for humanity’s advancement for thousands of years but it would not be until 1875 at the Metre Convention that scientists would recognise...
Article - 13 Apr 2015
Ophthalmic Viscosurgical Devices (OVDs) are used to maintain intraocular space when performing eye surgery and to give protection to the corneal endothelium from mechanical trauma.
Article - 19 Sep 2013
This year stainless steel celebrates its 100th birthday, making this the perfect time to take a holistic look at stainless steel and gain a greater appreciation of what makes this metal such a...
Article - 24 May 2013
Copper is a reddish brown metal. It is one of the first metals extracted and used by man. When copper is combined with other metals such as zinc, tin, silicon, and lead, copper alloys are formed.