The Elliot Scientific November newsletter is now available. In this issue we examine the revised PLUTO range of Spatial Light Modulators (SLMs) from HOLOEYE Photonics, gaze at the new high power KALEIDOSCOPE Hollow Fibre Compressor from FEMTOLASERS, cast our eye over the various modules from Vescent Photonics for Cold Atom Science applications, and look at fields of view in relation to molecular tracking by Mad City Labs’ Nano-Cyte imaging system.
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Camera Particle Tracking (CPT) technology enhances quantitative measurement capabilities in research involving optical trapping and is now available as an option on Elliot Scientific Tweezer systems.
Current systems can only measure the force exerted on one particle, but the CPT technology will enable the collection of data from multiple particles at a higher rate. This will allow for:
- Convenient trap calibration by thermal analysis.
- Improved trap stiffness measurements
- Multiple particle tracking within microfluidic channels
- Orbital angular momentum measurements
- Viscosity measurements at several points simultaneously
In December 2010, following selection by the University of Glasgow, Elliot Scientific is the first company to benefit from the University’s Easy Access IP initiative, a scheme designed to freely transfer some of the University’s technical, scientific and medical intellectual property to research and industry for the benefit of all.
Elliot Scientific will demonstrate their first system incorporating CPT technology at the American Biophysical Society Annual Meeting, Baltimore, in March 2011.
For more information on our other trapping products, visit the Tweezer page, telephone +44(0)1582 766300 or email us.