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May 2020

Lasers at 60 years

Sixty years ago this month, Theodore H. Maiman, a physicist at Hughes Research Laboratories in Malibu, Calif., constructed the first laser using a cylinder of synthetic ruby and photographic flash lamps. There have been many milestones in the last six… Continue Reading →

Z-Laser Precision Alignment Cross lasers is being utilised in experiments with Neutron Beam Instruments

In 1994 Erin Allin Cornell, an American physicist said, “There are relatively few experiments in atomic physics these days that don’t involve the use of a laser”. Nearly 30 years later his statement still holds true. We spoke to Jason… Continue Reading →

Fewer accidents at work thanks to laser lines

Secure danger areas with laser lines Until now, danger areas have usually been secured with painted or glued-on floor markings. However, this has some disadvantages: over time, these markings become dirty and their visibility decreases. If the format of the… Continue Reading →

Lasers turn metal surfaces into bacteria killers

Purdue University researchers have discovered a laser treatment to texture metals that can potentially transform almost any metal surface into one that quickly eliminates any bacteria that come into contact with it. The study, published in the journal Advanced Materials… Continue Reading →

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