Lake Shore Cryotronics along with Cryoforum, our authorized representative in France, will be attending next week’s Monaco-ITER International Fusion Energy Days (MIIFED)/ITER Business Forum (IBF) conference in Monaco. Over the three days of the conference, attendees will learn more about how the multinational ITER tokamak project is progressing and explore partnership opportunities in the context […]


Lake Shore has also been collaborating with scientists from the University of Texas (UT) at Austin, along with other institutions, in work aimed at developing more economically feasible photogeneration technology. This goal of this PEC (photoelectrochemical cell) solar water-splitting research is to take a relatively abundant semiconductor material and synthesize it so as to enable the efficient […]

3d render of molecular structure of molybdenum disulphide

Since isolated graphene was first reported in 2004, a lot of two-dimensional (2D) material research has focused on developing the strong, single atom-thick material for end use in novel electronic and opto-electronic designs, including more flexible replacements for silicon-based circuits. More recently, however, a considerable amount of study has been with 2D graphene-analogs, such as […]


Conjugated polymers have been studied by researchers for a number of organic electronics and energy-related applications, including as light absorbers in organic photovoltaic cells. Compared with silicon-based solar cells, these semiconducting materials exhibit electronic properties of metals but because they’re polymers, they offer certain advantages for use in commercial mass production. They are lighter, more […]

Lake Shore Cryotronics would like to wish everyone the gift of good cheer this holiday season and all the very best for the new year.

Please note that in observance of the holidays, our office will be closing at 2 p.m. (EST) tomorrow, Dec. 24, and will remain closed through the remainder of the year, reopening on Monday, Jan. 4.


Fusion research continues in earnest as the international scientific community strives to develop new sustainable sources of energy—important because of the ever-growing need for cheaper, cleaner forms of power generation. Much of this research has been focused on using magnetic confinement plasma physics to fuse hydrogen isotopes, and most of the experimental facilities attempting to […]

EOS Earth & Space Science News

EOS Earth & Space Science published a meeting report this week for the FORC Workshop held at the University of Minnesota in July, specifically highlighting how the first-order-reversal-curve (FORC) measurement technique is driving geoscientific research. Co-authored by Drs. Josh Feinberg and Leonard Spinu, chief workshop organizers, the report discusses the historical role of rock magnetism […]


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