The Elliot Scientific January 2020 Newsletter has been sent out: view it here.
In this month’s issue…
- Congratulations go to WITec with ParticleScout achieving another accolade
- Rugged Monitoring introduce an OEM version of their fibre-optic temperature monitor
- And we’re at BiOS (Booth #8480) and Photonics West (Booth #4569) in early February
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Lookout for our new pop-up background (right) at the forthcoming BiOS and Photonics West exhibitions in February.
Starting on the 1st for just two days, BiOS is the most important biomedical optics conference in the field. Topics covered include biomedical optics, diagnostics and therapeutics, biophotonics, OCT, neurophotonics, nanophotonics, optogenetics, and more.
Elliot Scientific is exhibiting alongside digital holographic imaging (DHM) specialist Lyncée Tec in Booth 8480. They make the invisible visible for researchers in life and materials science through DHM®, a non-scanning non-contact technology that instantly delivers 3D and 4D topography, while we will be showing Optical Tweezers and other precision positioning systems.
Do drop by and say hello!
Elliot Scientific’s team will be demonstrating our flagship Optical Tweezers system at this weekend’s BiOS EXPO and Conference in San Francisco. From February 7th to 8th in Booth 8523, you can see an acousto-optically steered laser beam trap and manipulate multiple sub-micron sized objects under the microscope.
If you’re at the Moscone Center on these dates, do drop by our booth and say hello.
The Elliot Scientific January newsletter is now available. In this Photonics West/BiOS EXPO 2015 preview issue: New Year, New Website; Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezers and Elliot|Martock Flexure and Precision Stages are on their way to San Francisco; 25 Years of Solution Science as Elliot Scientific celebrates its silver anniversary; Photodigm’s Mercury package is now available across their entire range; plus events from the International Year of Light, Mad City Labs, Gamma Scientific, and more…
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