New Partner – Lake Shore Cryotronics

Agreement combines the knowledge and application expertise of two leaders in the global scientific market Quantum Design UK and Ireland (QDUKI), distributor of high-tech scientific research instrumentation is now the EXCLUSIVE UK sales partner of Lake Shore products. Lake Shore Cryotronics is a leading innovator in solutions for precise, highly accurate measurement under variable temperature […]

Posted on Monday, January 6th, 2020

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Faraday Joint Interest Group Conference 2020 🗓 🗺

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Showcasing UK physical chemistry research You are warmly invited to join us in Sheffield in April 2020. This Faraday Division joint interest group conference is the second in the series, the first in 2017 being a big success, it is set to be a highlight for the physical chemistry community in 2020 – and you can be a part of […]

Posted on Friday, December 6th, 2019

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Quantum Design Exhibiting at Magnetism 2020 🗓 🗺

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Magnetism 2020 is the premier conference organised by the UK and RoI magnetism community. It welcomes and encourages participation from Europe and further afield, and from industry. It follows the highly successful conferences that have been held annually since 2014. Quantum Design’s Sales Manager, Ben Parker, will be attending, so pop by to Stand 9 […]

Posted on Tuesday, December 3rd, 2019

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Free Sample Analysis Available – Closed Cycle Optical Cryostat

Did you know we can carry out a free sample analysis for you using a Cryostation? The Montana Instruments applications lab is available for complimentary sample analysis. The measurements offered provide researchers with variable temperature data to supplement grant applications, paper submissions, and presentations. We are always excited to learn about new techniques and measurements […]

Posted on Monday, December 2nd, 2019

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47th IOP Plasma Physics Conference 🗓 🗺

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We are proud to be sponsoring the 47th IOP Plasma Physics Conference – specifically the Exhibitors coffee break. The annual IOP Plasma Physics Conference covers all aspects of plasma physics, including magnetic and inertial confinement fusion, astrophysical and space plasmas, low density and technological/industrial plasmas, low temperature plasmas, high energy density and laser plasmas, dusty […]

Posted on Friday, November 29th, 2019

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Adoption of Quantum Design OptiCool in Research Laboratories

The OptiCool, named one of the most innovative products introduced in 2018 by R&D 100 magazine, is now being adopted by leading optics and photonics research laboratories around the globe. Prof. Richard Averitt of the Physics Department at the University of California San Diego explains: “Integrating the OptiCool into my research program will allow for […]

Posted on Thursday, October 10th, 2019

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Montana Instruments Rebrands CryoRaman

The solution formally known as “CryoRaman” is now officially branded as: microRevealTM Raman. Montana Instruments are on a mission – to make cold science simple. Their philosophy is centred on three main principles:  1) Ease of use2) Ease of access3) Turn-key operation All their optical cryostats are cryogen-free and combine low vibration, high temperature stability, […]

Posted on Friday, September 6th, 2019

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The latest Ultra-low temperature, Closed-Cycle Optical Cryostat from Montana Instruments!

The NEW Cryostation xp100 platform from Montana Instruments integrates liquid helium cooling technology with the benefits of an automated, closed-cycle cryostat. The system offers full variable temperature control from 1.7 – 350K. The “off-table” design reduces energy transfer to the experimental setup by moving the cold head off the table while still maintaining superior sample […]

Posted on Friday, July 12th, 2019

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