Newsletter | November 30, 2019

11.30.19 -- November's Most Popular Articles & News

 
Most Popular Articles
Finished Infrared Optics
By PG & O Precision Glass & Optics

PG&O finished infrared (IR) optics are designed for a range of applications, including biomedical, industrial, military/defense, homeland security, surveillance, and more. These optics operate from 0.75 µm, the near-infrared (NIR), out to 15 µm, the longwave-infrared (LWIR) spectrum.

Building A Do-It-Yourself Atomic Force Microscope
By James F. MacKay, Mad City Labs, Inc.

Atomic force microscopes (AFMs) are versatile tools for characterizing surfaces down to the subnanometer scale. Researchers can build their own AFMs for as little as $30,000 using off-the-shelf components such as nanopositioning stages.

Hyperspectral Imaging Improves Surface Mine Mapping Processes
By Stéphane Boubanga, TELOPS

Traditional methods of mapping surface mines have inherent challenges to obtaining data with enough detail to allow effective tactical and strategic decision making. Hyperspectral infrared imaging eliminates the problems.

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