The Elliot Scientific November newsletter is now available. In this issue a new digital micromirror device (DMD) is announced by Prizmatix for targeting light, and we also show off their UHP-M light source, both for microscopy; Lake Shore Cryotronics distributed cryogenic temperature sensing systems get a mention, along with IPG‘s ultrafast lasers; and we finish off with how capacitance measurement equipment from Andeen-Hagerling can help in a huge variety of research and industrial applications.
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Mad City Labs has recently introduced eight new positioning systems to their already extensive range, and launched a total internal reflection fluorescence microscopy accessory in the form of the MicroMirror TIRF.
|Nano-MET10 and Nano-MET20
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MicroMirror TIRF – Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence Microscopy Accessory
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