U.S. Small Business Administration

We are happy to announce that the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) has named Lake Shore Cryotronics the Small Business Exporter of the Year for its Columbus (OH) district. Lake Shore was nominated for the award in October, followed by an in-depth critiquing process by a panel of judges. In their selection of winners, the […]

Researchers at The Ohio State University have discovered how to control heat with a magnetic field.

Kudos to researchers at The Ohio State University for some landmark research receiving attention this week in not only the journal Nature Materials but also The Columbus Dispatch. The study, led by OSU postdoctoral researcher Hyungyu Jin, has revealed that it is possible for particles of heat and sound (phonons) to be controlled by magnetic […]

Lake Shore Wellness Committee members with the 2015 Healthiest Employer award.

Lake Shore has been recognized as a winner of the 2015 Healthiest Employers, an awards program presented by Columbus Business First, the leading source for business news in central Ohio. Select employers from central Ohio were named winners of the awards program, held on March 10, 2015. These winning organizations were honored for their commitment […]

Lake Shore display at SEMICON China 2015

Last month, we announced a new partnership with Cascade Microtech, a collaboration that combines the knowledge of two industry leaders who operate in two distinct areas of the probe station market. And in that announcement, we mentioned that cross-marketing between our two companies would soon be seen at industry trade shows. Well, it didn’t take […]

Customized Lake Shore probe station

Thanks to Elliot Scientific, our authorized dealer representative in the U.K., for calling this to our attention: an interesting Lake Shore CRX probe station configuration, one that has a spectrophotometer integrated into its design. This customized probe station, recently installed at the University of Southampton’s Centre for Photonic Metamaterials, features an integrated CRAIC Technologies InGaAs […]

A 2D FORC diagram showing two distinct magnetic phases

In past blog posts, we have explored how first-order-reversal-curve (FORC) analysis is useful for characterizing interactions and coercivity distributions in geomagnetic samples, permanent magnets, magnetic nanowires, and exchange bias thin films. In this just published Magnetics Business & Technology article, Lake Shore Senior Scientist Brad Dodrill examines how FORC analysis can be used to distinguish […]

Cascase Microtech

Lake Shore Cryotronics and Cascade Microtech announce today that the companies have entered into a cross-marketing agreement, a partnership that is designed to help guide customers to a cryogenic probe station that is best suited for their needs. Under the terms of this partnership, we have agreed to reference each other’s cryogenic probe station models […]


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