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ICEC27-ICMC 2018 opens next week. Meet Lake Shore on the exhibition days.

The International Cryogenic Engineering (ICEC) and Materials (ICMC) Conferences are taking place in Oxford from September 3rd to the 7th.


ICEC27-ICMC 2018, to give it its correct name, also includes two days of exhibition for cryogenic related businesses. Accordingly, our good friends from Lake Shore Cryotronics will be flying in from Columbus, Ohio, to be on hand to talk about their extensive range of products for research in low temperature big and little physics, materials and superconductivity, cryobiology and more.

As Elliot Scientific supplies Lake Shore products within the UK and Ireland, our Dr Perry will also be on hand to assist with any enquiries on the Tuesday and Wednesday (5th & 6th September).

Both the conference and Lake Shore are celebrating 50th anniversaries this year. It is fifty years since ICEC was first held in this country, and also fifty years since Lake Shore manufactured its first product.

 


Tomorrow we are at the Oxford Bioimaging Festival

Mad City LAbs and Prizmatix components we on show at the recent Photonex event held in Coventry

Mad City Labs and Prizmatix components were on show at the recent Photonex event held in Coventry

Tomorrow, October 20th, Elliot Scientific is exhibiting at the annual Oxford Bioimaging Festival held in St John’s College.

The aim of the day is to share the breadth of the imaging expertise within the area’s imaging community by bringing together as many of Oxford’s imaging scientists and clinicians as possible, and showcasing the broad range of scientific research being undertaken in Oxford.

Mad City Labs nanopositioners and Prizmatix LED lightsources for optogenetics will be among the products we will be demonstrating for the life sciences. We will also be available to discuss the opportunities our advanced Optical Tweezers offer to researchers.

Registration is free to members of Oxford University and its institutional and NHS collaborators.


8th Oxford Photonics Day next week: Elliot Scientific exhibiting

QuAMP 2011 takes place at the University of Oxford in September

Next week, Elliot Scientific will be exhibiting at the 8th Oxford Photonics Day. This free (registration required) event – with lunch and refreshments – is being held on Wednesday,October 7th in the University’s Department of Engineering Science.

The programme will include a broad range of presentations from researchers at the University of Oxford, and elsewhere, on subjects such as:

  • Diamond photonics
  • Biophotonics
  • Raman Spectroscopy
  • Oblique plane microscopy

We look forward to seeing you there.

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April 2015 Newsletter Out Now

April 2015 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific April newsletter is now available. In this issue we say hello to Prizmatix as we begin distributing their exciting range of ultra high power LED illumination systems and modular optical components for microscopy, optogenetics, and biochemistry; we will also be saying hello to visitors at the Oxford Day of Photonics, RoadVista customers at Traffex in Birmingham, and from the Autex booth at OPIE in Japan; plus the International Year of Light, FEMTOOPTICS, and more…

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Oxford Photonics Day next week: Elliot Scientific exhibiting

QuAMP 2011 takes place at the University of Oxford in September

Next week, Elliot Scientific will be exhibiting at the Oxford Photonics Day. This free (registration required) event – with lunch and refreshments – is being held on Wednesday,October 8th in the University’s Department of Engineering Science.

The programme will include a broad range of presentations from researchers at the University of Oxford, and elsewhere, on subjects such as:

  • Adaptive optics for super-resolution imaging
  • Quantum tomography
  • Shaping light for imaging and manipulation
  • Plasmonic resonant holograms

We look forward to seeing you there.

QuAMP 2011 takes place at the University of Oxford in September

 

 

 

 


Science, Technology & Innovation 2014 at RAL next week

The 2014 Science, Technology & Innovation Exhibition takes place next Wednesday, May 14th, at the Rutherford Appleton Laboratory (RAL), Harwell Campus, Oxford.RAL2014_Ticket

Elliot Scientific will be among the 70 companies exhibiting to scientists, technologists, researchers, engineers and other technical personnel drawn to this premier event.

Entry to the marquee is free and also includes free refreshments and lunch. The show runs from 9am to early afternoon, and you can view and print a ticket here.


September 2013 Newsletter Out Now

September 2013 E-LetterThe Elliot Scientific September newsletter is now available. In this we look at Lake Shore’s new 12-Channel Temperature Monitor, announce our 2014 Elliot Scientific Product Overview Brochure, examine how demanding applications can benefit from CODIXX colorPol® NIR Polarisers, see how embedded fibre can pinpoint problems using OZ Optics’ Foresight™ distributed strain and temperature measurement system, understand why Alpha is a ‘genuinely capable’ ultra-compact Laser Micromachining System from Oxford Lasers, and more.

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Oxford Lasers’ Micromachiner Makes Light… Work!

Oxford Lasers' Alpha Micromachining System

Containing many features found only in larger systems, the Oxford Lasers’ Alpha is an extremely capable micromachining system for metals, ceramics or polymers that fits onto a tabletop-sized workbench. It is suitable for R&D and small scale production of parts up to 200 mm in diameter.

The system’s Cimita control software brings vision, motion and laser control together into a single, simple interface making Alpha easy to use. Initial choice of laser, scanners, stages and trepanning heads required for the work that you want to carry out is best determined in conjunction with our knowledgable experts — so you know your system will work straight out of the box. Applications include:Oxford Lasers' Alpha Micromachining System

  • Process development
  • Small-scale production
  • Sample preparation
  • Diamond milling
  • Foil cutting
  • University Labs

For more information on this versatile system, please contact us.


December 2011 Newsletter Now Online

December 2011 E-LetterThe Elliot Scientific December newsletter is now available as a PDF. In this issue we highlight the new KLASTECH DPSS Lasers, Sperian’s Laser Protection eyewear, Oxford Lasers’ Alpha Micromachining System, the forthcoming Photonics West 2012 conference and exhibition, plus Season’s Greetings and more…

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Elliot Scientific Sponsors QuAMP 2011: Clarendon Laboratory, Oxford

QuAMP 2011 takes place at the University of Oxford in September

QuAMP 2011 takes place at the University of Oxford in SeptemberMid-September sees the return of the biennial conference on Quantum, Atomic, Molecular and Plasma Physics. This year, the event runs from September 18th to 22nd at the University of Oxford Physics Department (Clarendon  Laboratory), and at Balliol College, Oxford.

Elliot Scientific will be attending as a sponsor on Monday, September 19th and we will be demonstrating a range of equipment that will be of interest to the delegates with backgrounds in atomic, molecular, optical and plasma physics.

The Clarendon Laboratory will also welcome visitors interested in physics who are not attending the conference.  So, if you are in the area, please drop by to say hello.

This international conference will cover a range of AMOP physics including:

  • Ultracold Matter
  • Quantum Information and Computing
  • Ultrafast Phenomena
  • Coherent Control
  • Metrology
  • Plasma Physics
  • Atomic & Molecular Interactions

For more information, visit the QuAMP website.

 


Tabletop laser micromachining is Alpha’s forté

Oxford Lasers' Alpha Micromachining System

Containing many features found only in larger systems, the Oxford Lasers’ Alpha is an extremely capable micromachining system for metals, ceramics or polymers that fits onto a tabletop-sized workbench. It is suitable for R&D and small scale production of parts up to 200 mm in diameter.

The system’s Cimita control software brings vision, motion and laser control together into a single, simple interface making Alpha easy to use. Initial choice of laser, scanners, stages and trepanning heads required for the work that you want to carry out is best determined in conjunction with our knowledgable experts — so you know your system will work straight out of the box. Applications include:Oxford Lasers' Alpha Micromachining System

  • Process development
  • Small-scale production
  • Sample preparation
  • Diamond milling
  • Foil cutting
  • University Labs

For more information, please contact us.


Elliot Scientific & Energetiq to attend Chiroptical Spectroscopy (CD 2011) conference

EQ-99 LDLS Lamp Unit


The International Conference on Circular Dichroism has been given a new name as it incorporates the emerging techniques of Chiroptical Spectroscopy such as vibrational CD, Raman Optical Activity and associated applications into the field.

EQ-99 LDLS Lamp UnitElliot Scientific will be joined by innovative illumination company Energetiq at the exhibition to demonstrate the EQ-99 laser-driven plasma-based light source that’s been specifically designed for spectroscopic and microscopy applications.  The revolutionary technology used in this lamp, called LDLS™, enables extreme high brightness over a broad spectral range, from 170 nm through to visible and beyond, combined with lifetimes an order of magnitude longer than traditional bulbs.

To see the EQ-99 in action, join us at CD2011 in Oxford from Monday 25th to Wednesday 27th July 2011. Alternatively, please contact us for more info.