Partners and collaborators
Mesophotonics provides analytical solutions to customers by working in collaboration with a several partners to ensure that Klarite surface enhanced Raman substrates are compatible with a wide range of applications and instruments.
Mesophotonics also takes an active interest in the development of photonic crystal technology for a broad range of other applications. The company has an extensive range of intellectual property covering photonic crystals and maintains an extensive photonic crystal design capability. If you would like to access this knowledge base Mesophotonics is happy to undertake contracts to deliver specific photonic crystal designs for your applications.
These companies hold joint marketing agreements or are signficant collaborators with Mesophotonics. Close collaborations with these partners helps to provide rapid solutions and demonstrations to customer specific applications as well as demonstrating the interfunctionality of Klarite SERS surfaces with a range of Raman instrumentation.
|Miniature Raman Spectrometer from BWTek|
is a supplier of miniature low-cost Raman instruments. BWTek recently introduced the BTR111 MiniRam, a miniature NIR Raman spectrometer which is compatible with Klarite substrates.
|Advantage and Inspector Raman hand held Raman instruments from DeltaNu|
DeltaNu is a supplier of miniature Raman instruments for a variety of applications including ruggardised units for first responder use in homeland security applicaitons.
|Horiba Jobin Yvon Lab Ram Aramis system|
Horiba Jobin-Yvon are reknowned suppliers of high specification Laboratory Raman Systems.
|Renishaw inVia Raman microscope|
are also established suppliers of high specification Laboratory Raman Systems.
|Thermo Electron Almega Raman system|
Thermo Electron also supply a high specification Raman system in conjuncitons with awide range of analytical instrumentation soluitons.
|Kaiser Optical Systems RamanRxn1 analyzer |
Kaiser optical systems supply a range of innovative fibre bundled coupled and other industrially orientated Raman systems.
Kaiser optical systems
Other Raman Instrument Suppliers
| Versatile laboratory instruments
|| Portable low cost instruments|
|Molecular imprints Imprio 100 nano-imprinter|
Other commercial partners
Molecular Imprints provides of imprint lithography tools capable of reproducible mass-producing sub 50nm features on a range of surface.
Dr Nick Stone, Gloucester Royal Infirmary & Cranfield Post Graduate Medical School
Prof. Jeremy Baumberg, University of Southampton, Physics Department
Prof. Mike Morris University of Michigan Chemistry Department
Prof. Phil Bartlett and Andrea Russell University of Southampton Chemistry Department.
For additional links to academics and others investigating surface enhanced Raman click here