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May 2018 Newsletter Out Now

May 2018 NewsletterThe Elliot Scientific May newsletter is now available. In this issue we appreciate the optogenetic products manufactured by Prizmatix, cover the intense broadband light sources designed by Energetiq, summarise linear translation stages from Siskiyou, and follow up on Fibrecryst and their high power laser systems. Plus the International Day of Light and SU2P Symposium

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@SiskiyouCorp products for Life Science & Photonics now available through Elliot Scientific

Elliot Scientific is now offering products from the Siskiyou range of micromanipulators, microscope sample positioners, and modular opto-mechanical building blocks to researchers in the British Isles.

Established in 1972, Oregon-based Siskiyou Corporation presently manufacture nearly 2500 products of their own design for the life science and photonics industries.

Products include highly precise micromanipulators, stages, optical mounts, adjusting screws, clamps, rods, and much more.

Siskiyou products are Modular by Design™, which makes it easy to sub­stitute interchangeable parts or to exchange and add modular units. This ability provides an unlimited array of functional tools that can be adapted to most any requirement.

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October 2011 Newsletter Now Online

October 2011 E-LetterThe Elliot Scientific October newsletter is now available as a PDF. In this issue we look forward to exhibiting at Photonex, where we will be showing our Elliot|Martock range of stages and slides,  nanopositioner’s from Mad City Labs, lasers from KLASTECH, M Squared, FEMTOLASERS and IPG Photonics, plus the Elliot Scientific Optical Tweezer, a Janis Research cryostat, and a whole lot more…

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