We’re working on our new website, and here’s a glimpse of the redesigned homepage:
Before it goes live, in a few week’s time, we were wondering if you have any ideas for features not in the existing site that would make using the new one easier?
If you do, email our design team and let us know.
To coincide with our new philosophy of linking customers with solutions and applications with technologies, we are introducing a vibrant, fresh company colour scheme and logo set.
Elliot Scientific aims to offer synergy in product lines that will deliver significant benefits to our customers. So, by having us as a supplier for a range of needs, we can provide complete solutions for your requirements.
We’ve just installed a WITec apyron Raman imaging system in our demonstration lab here in Harpenden. The apyron was developed by WITec to straddle the boundary between ease-of-use and the ultimate in conformal capability. As such, it is ideal for:
- Labs with multiple users of varied skill levels and requirements
- Raman newcomers requiring advanced imaging
- Accomplished Raman spectroscopists seeking superior performance
- Industrial labs doing repeat experiments within limited time periods
apyron sets the benchmark for automated Raman imaging systems; delivering excellent images with outstanding spectral and spatial resolution. The ultra-fast acquisition times and exceptional signal sensitivity, combined with automated system configurations and intuitive measurement procedures, make the award-winning apyron the instrument of choice for many labs.
Now you can have the chance to experience the system first-hand. We will be running Raman imaging workshops in the near future, so watch this space.
Due to impending adverse weather, the Elliot Scientific office will be closing at 2pm today.
From Sunday, July 16th to Thursday the 20th., the British Biophysical Society and the Biological Physics Group of the Institute of Physics (IOP) will host an outstanding scientific programme for this major international combined biophysics event. All areas of contemporary biophysics will be included in a varied programme covering single molecule studies to complex machineries.
Elliot Scientific will be demonstrating a complete system from our Optical Tweezers range that features tracking and force measurement on exhibition days: Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. You can also ask us about nanopositioning equipment for the microscope from Mad City Labs, as well as LED light sources and instruments designed for microscopy and optogenetics studies from Prizmatix, the LDLS – a novel super bright broadband lamp from Energetiq Technologies, and Spatial Light Modulators from HOLOEYE.
We can be found on Stand 40 within the Edinburgh International Conference Centre.
Elliot Scientific has joined Twitter…
…hit the button and let’s see if we can push up that follower count!
It has been a number of years since we last updated our website and a lot has happened in that time. Wide screen monitors for computers are now de rigueur, tablet and mobile devices are ubiquitous, and scientific research requires a more multi-disciplinary approach.
A compendium of Elliot Scientific’s Newsletters sent out in 2013: http://ow.ly/vqcwS
The world’s first commercially available 508 TPI (0.05 mm pitch) ultra-fine adjustment screw sets are now available to in the UK and Ireland through Elliot Scientific.
Proprietary manufacturing on customised machine tools enables Kozak Micro to produce adjusters in a variety of pitches that are superior to industry standards. Thread classes exceed the highest 3A-3B Unified Thread Standard (UTS) by as much as 50%.
Elliot Scientific offers 6 imperial and 4 metric thread pitch ranges of matched-set micropositioning adjustment screws and unbraked bushings that deliver the highest precision and smoothest movement by far for the most demanding of OEM applications. Contact us now for more information.
The Elliot Scientific March newsletter is now available as a PDF. This issue details the new Janis Research Company’s hybrid cryostat, Energetiq’s award winning EQ-99 LDLS light source, forthcoming events and highlights of the International Year of Chemistry.
To read it online magazine-style click here .
To download it in your browser as a PDF, click here.