We are really excited about our new probe station catalog. We've worked very hard in making this catalog a helpful guide for you when thinking about purchasing a probe station, and for future [...]
We have added a new application note to our website, explaining first order reversal curves (FORC). Brad Dodrill, the author of this note, writes that FORCs enable us to obtain information about [...]
The paper is titled "Combined [...]
In the interview, Dr. Daughton [...]
Dr. Scott Courts is an Applications Scientist at Lake Shore. He received his BS in Physics from Marshall University and his PhD in Physics from The Ohio State University. He has been at Lake Shore [...]
We are not officially announcing it yet—this is just a sneak preview for our blog readers. But, our new current source, the Model 121, is being introduced in June.
We've told you about our new CVT probes in a recent press release, but have you seen our application note for them? Be sure to take a look!
The following video shows some of the quality tests that we performed on our Model 648 power supply. These are tests that were performed with safety to the operator in mind, and are not meant to be [...]
Dr. Bill McGovern is a Scientist at Lake Shore. He received his BS in Chemistry and Engineering Physics from Hope College, and his MS and PhD in Analytical Chemistry from The Ohio State [...]
In this five minute video, Brad Dodrill, Vice President of Sales and Senior Scientist at Lake Shore, provides an overview and introduction of the new MicroMag 2900 Series alternating gradient [...]