Barnett Technical Services will be working with LUCEO in booth #4675 at Photonics West 2020, February 4-6 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco.
Luceo creates highly sensitive polariscopes to analyze strain, stress direction analysis quantitative measurements in many glass and plastic applications.
Photonics West: Every year over 20,000 attendees come to hear the latest research and find the latest devices and systems that use new technologies to enable advancements in translational biophotonics, global healthcare, understanding of the brain, new lasers for manufacturing, applications of 3D technologies, photonics-based consumer products, and more.
We are very excited to be attending Materials Research Society Spring Meeting 2020, April 14-15 in Phoenix, AZ.
We will be at booth #x representing a number of products:
Micro Support Micromanipulators
Manipulation of small materials.Probes available for a wide range of sample manipulations, including:
Milling off a surface
Vacuum for material removal
Arms also be added to FTIR or Raman Microscopes.
Industry-leading SEM-CL and STEM-CL products – highest performance systems available on the market.
For further information on Attolight products, click here.
Nanoro Super-Resolution Microscopes
Bench top microscope with imaging capabilities down to 50 microns! Provides color imaging without the need for vacuum or other special sample handling. For more information on this microscope, please go to our link here: http://barnett-technical.com/nanoro/
The MRS Meeting & Exhibit is the key forum to present research to an interdisciplinary and international audience. It provides a window on the future of materials science, and offers an opportunity for researchers—from students and postdoctoral fellows, to Nobel and Kavli Prize Laureates—to exchange technical information and network with colleagues.
Micro Support Micromanipulator for Separation of Paint Layers in Trace Analysis.
The Mississippi State Crime Lab (Jackson, MS) handles a wide range of trace analysis cases. One particular interest for the crime lab was the ability of the Micro Support Axis Pro micromanipulator to separate paint layers in a multi-layer paint sample.
We have been following the outstanding work of Dr. Pangala since early 2018 -at that time a postdoctoral fellow at The Open University in U.K.- and her colleagues on the elucidation of methane budget of Amazon floodplain trees. In 2014, they setup a 2-month
expedition in Amazonia during which they recorded in-situ the methane emissions from about 2400 trees in several floodplains. This thorough survey allowed to demonstrate that an approximate 20 tons of methane were released yearly through the Amazon trees -essentially those in the extensively flooded forests.
These recent findings on Methane emissions by trees pose new challenges to the environmental community.
The increasingly cross-disciplinary worldwide activity in materials research manifests itself every year in the MRS Fall Meeting. Featuring over 50 symposia and attended by as many as 6,000 researchers from every corner of the globe, the annual Fall Meeting in Boston’s Hynes Convention Center and Sheraton Boston Hotel is the preeminent annual event for those in the field of materials research.Click here to visit the MRS show website.
EAG Laboratories and Attolight Announce Partnership
Partnership to Deliver Advanced Cathodoluminescence, Photoluminescence and EBIC-Scanning Electron Microscopy Analytical Services to U.S.
EAG Laboratories, a global scientific services company that provides testing, analytical and characterization services to technology- and life-science-related industries, and Attolight AG, a manufacturer of integrated quantitative cathodoluminescence instruments have partnered to offer U.S. customers a new Measurement Service Center in Raleigh, NC.
Greenhouse gases (GHGs) such as CO2, CH4 or N2O released from various soils in the atmosphere, or from plants or livestock manures play an important role in climate change. The ABB LGR-ICOS analyzers allow to perform real-time measurement of GHGs of biogenic origin released from different locations. Those measurements provide critical information to environmental scientists as they quantify GHG emissions and assess the impact of the nature of various soils on the environment.