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Mesophotonics news

10 March 2020

Mesophotonics News Letter (Issue 2)

Click here to download the latest News from Mesophotonics, including unveiling of the wolds first dedicated SERS spectrometer toolkit.

 

21-27 January 2006

Mesophotonics and HORIBA Jobin Yvon sign joint agreement at Photonics West
Mesophotonics Ltd. is pleased to announce the signing of a joint marketing agreement with HORIBA Jobin Yvon. The marketing partnership brings together the world leader in Raman spectroscopy systems and the company behind revolutionary new surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrate, Klarite. Together, the companies plan to support the further advancement of SERS. . . /continued

21-27 January 2006
New silicon calibration slide is the first to provide single reference calibration standard for up to 50 Raman spectrometers

  • Allows synchronisation of multiple instruments for significant productivity gains in large scale projects
  • Provides a physical reference for confirmation of self-calibrating instruments

    New from Mesophotonics, makers of the recently launched Klarite surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrate, is Klarite sCAL, a physical. . . /continued

    21-27 January 2006
    Quasicrystal LED capability unveiled at Photonics West
    Leading photonic crystal development company, Mesophotonics, is unveiling its new offering for the LED industry at Photonics West. The company, which has more than 10 years of experience in photonic crystal development, is now providing an independent design and licensing service for LED. . . /continued 

    30 November 2020
    New production facility to revolutionise Raman spectroscopy
    The first ever production facility dedicated to the manufacture of surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrates has opened in Southampton, UK. The facility, which is a 1/4 million pound investment by Mesophotonics Ltd., has been built in response to customer demand for the company’s Klarite substrates launched earlier this year. One million times more effective than. . . /continued

    29th November 2005
    New Southampton facility is first of a kind
    Mesophotonics Ltd, has opened a first-of-its-kind £1/4 million research and production facility at Chilworth Science Park, Southampton. The facility has been built to enable the company – which is a spin-out from Southampton University – to fulfil the 150 orders that have already been placed by companies and research organisations for its groundbreaking product, Klarite. Klarite is a new nanostructured surface material that enables Raman spectrometers. . . /continued

    11 October 2020
    New silicon calibration slide is the first to provide single reference calibration standard for up to 50 Raman spectrometers
    New from Mesophotonics, makers of the recently launched Klarite surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrate, is Klarite sCAL, a physical reference for verification of the calibration of Raman spectrometers. Unlike any previous standard, sCAL slides are produced up to 50 at a time from a single silicon wafer. . . /continued

    19 September 2020
    New research could signify end of long-term pain killer use for osteoarthritis sufferers
    On 19 September 2020 a research team from the University of Michigan will be announcing the initial findings of a project that could lead to early-stage diagnosis of osteoarthritis. The project, funded by the US National Institute of Health, is investigating ways to use Surface Enhanced Raman Spectroscopy (SERS), to identify levels of Hyaluronic Acid (HA) within a blood sample. . . /continued

    9 September 2020
    Booth No: 66
    FACSS 2005, Quebec City, Canada
    October 9-13th, 2005
    Mesophotonics launches first silicon calibration slide to provide single reference calibration standard for up to 50 Raman spectrometers
    Mesophotonics is launching the first silicon calibration standard to provide single reference calibration standard for up to 50 Raman spectrometers at FACSS 2005. Unlike any previous standard, Klarite sCAL slides are produced up to 50 at a time from a single silicon wafer. This means that, for the first time, organisations running multiple instruments will be able to synchronise calibration within laboratories and even between sites, for significant improvements in productivity and traceability. . . /continued

  • Provides a physical reference for confirmation of self-calibrating instruments

    New from Mesophotonics, makers of the recently launched Klarite surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrate, is Klarite sCAL, a physical. . . /continued
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