To find a resource in the libary, choose from one of the drop-down menu selections or enter a keyword(s) to find materials related to a subject.
Please use filters to search entire library
emICCD: The Ultimate in Scientific ICCD Technology
With the rapid expansion of research in areas such as nanotechnology, quantum computing, and combustion, the development of higher-performance time-gated cameras is becoming a necessity. This technical note describes the latest breakthrough in scientific intensified CCD (ICCD) technology: the world’s first emICCD.
Wide-Field, Frequency-Domain FLIM Measurements Made Simple
Learn more about how this application was enabled by the PI-MAX 4 1024i RF ICCD camera, allowing researchers to perform these wide-field measurements with unprecedented ease in terms of intensifier modulation and instrument synchronization, as well as with minimal external equipment.
Real-Time Imaging of Singlet Oxygen via Innovative Microspectroscopy Instrument
New Two-Dimensional InGaAs Detector Thermoelectrically Cooled to –85°C Facilitates Scientific Research
LightField 5 brochure
Learn about the multitude of features in LightField - the future of scientific imaging and spectroscopy software.
LightField 5 Introduction Video
Watch to learn about the all the new and powerful features in the latest version of LightField software.
NIR Spectroscopy Aids in the Diagnosis of Neonatal Brain Injury
Over the past several years, biomedical researchers and engineers working in labs, hospitals, and universities around the world have developed an extensive set of spectroscopy-based methods — including a new class of noninvasive in vivo techniques utilizing near-infrared spectroscopy (NIRS) — to facilitate the rapid and accurate detection and diagnosis of disease and injury.
Scientific NIR-II/ SWIR Cameras Enable Femtosecond Frequency Comb Vernier Spectroscopy
New, Deeply Cooled InGaAs Cameras Provide Ultrahigh Sensitivity for Key Spectral Range
The Art and Science of Being Cool
An Introduction to ArcTec - the Newest Generation of Scientific Camera Cooling Technologies
Aberration-Free Spectrographs and NIR-Sensitive InGaAs Cameras Facilitate the Development of Carbon Nanotube Optical Sensors for Early Disease Detection
Dr. Daniel Heller and his research group at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer center utilized the IsoPlane 320 spectrograph and NIRvana SWIR camera in their recent research.
Near-infrared exciton-polaritons in strongly coupled single-walled carbon nanotube microcavities
Author: A. Graf, J. Zaumseil et al. 10/10/2016 Publication: Nature Communications Research teams from Germany and the UK use Fourier Plane spectroscopy to show strong coupling of Carbon Nanotubes in microcavities. This research could lead to electrically pumped electron-polariton lasers.
Electric field dependence of optical phonon frequencies in wurtzite GaN observed in GaN high electron mobility transistors
Author: K. Bagnall, E. Wang et al. 10/04/2016 Publication: Journal of Applied Physics This research uses sensitive micro-Raman measurements to characterize the temperature of GaN transistors.
New Scientific CMOS Cameras with Back-Illuminated Technology
Aided by the latest CMOS fabrication technology, sCMOS devices can finally be created with a back-illuminated sensor architecture. As a result, sCMOS sensors are now capable of CCD-like quantum efficiency (>95%) and dynamic range without compromising the low read noise and high frame rates for which they are known.
Next-generation in vivo optical imaging with short-wave infrared quantum dots
Author: O. Bruns, T. Bischof, M. Bawendi, et al. 04/10/2017 Publication: Nature Biomedical Engineering The NIRvana scientific SWIR camera was a key component of this in-vivo imaging research that utilized indium-arsenide-based quantum dots to allow imaging of several organs in live mice, including metabolic turnover rates of lipoproteins in organs and three-dimensional quantitative flow maps of the mouse brain vasculature.