Conventional fluorescence-based bio-instrumentation equipment typically uses multiple individual lasers combined through optical elements into one beam or an optical fiber. The systems can become bulky, costly to manufacture, and challenging to keep aligned. An extremely compact, permanently aligned, and service-free multi-line laser device can reduce the size and cost of these systems for fluorescence-based research.
HÜBNER Photonics, a division of the German HÜBNER Group, is pleased to announce the opening of a new direct office in the USA. The new direct office is an expansion of the current Cobolt Inc. office which will essentially be renamed. “Renaming and expanding the Cobolt Inc. office is a logic consequence of the consolidation of all lasers and photonics businesses within HÜBNER into HÜBNER Photonics
Read our recent mention in an article from the January 2019 edition of Laser Focus World which discusses visible laser sources for flow cytometry. Read how the Cobolt Skyra multi-line laser is allowing more compact flow cytometry systems with increased functionality.
Read our latest editorial in the January edition of Laser [...]
Cobolt AB, a part of HÜBNER Photonics, continues to address the Raman spectroscopy market with the addition of 633 nm & 785 nm STM on the 08-01 Series, with the aim to secure the market position as a major supplier of all laser wavelengths to the high resolution Raman market.
HÜBNER Photonics, of which Cobolt AB is a part [...]
Cobolt & HÜBNER Photonics welcome this year's Nobel Prize recipients [...]
The T-SENSE imager uses high-frequency technology to quickly and simply [...]
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