Tag Archives: nanoparticles

A Quantum Microscope That Records the Flow of Light

Prof. Ido Kaminer and team have made a dramatic breakthrough in the field of quantum science: a quantum microscope that records the flow of light, enabling the direct observation of light trapped inside a photonic crystal. Their research, “Coherent Interaction between Free Electrons and a Photonic Cavity,” was published in Nature. All the experiments were performed … Continue reading

07-Jun-2020 Blog, Lasers

Using ventus 532 for RICS of Gold Nanoparticles

In a paper by Nieves et al. titled “Photothermal Raster Image Correlation Spectroscopy of Gold Nanoparticles in Solution and on Live Cells” (published by Royal Society Publishing), the ventus 532 is used as the excitation laser within the photothermal confocal microscope set-up. In the experiment, the Raster Image Correlation Spectroscopy (RICS) technique enables observation of … Continue reading

14-Apr-2019 Blog, Laser Quantum, Lasers
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