New parametric probe options for cryogenic probe stations

We’re now offering two new dual-connector parametric probe kits that make it much easier to perform capacitance-voltage (C-V) and four-point measurements in a Lake Shore probe station.

Farewell, Cassini! Lake Shore sensors and learning about Saturn

The Cassini Huygens mission is on its final countdown. Launched 19 years ago, this spacecraft has been gathering information about Saturn, its moons, and even Jupiter and other planets. Lake Shore

New ring magnet kit option for probe stations

If you have the need for some magnetic field in your experiments but not enough to warrant having a full magnet in your probe station, this new ring magnet kit option may be the solution for you.

App note on use of Model 372 scanners for either ultra-low temperature or resistance measurements

The Model 372 AC resistance bridge and temperature controller makes it easy to perform multiple tasks that were once very difficult to perform reliably at very low temperatures. Yet the instrument [...]

Advancing science for water purification

We have blogged about how Lake Shore VSMs have been used in biomedical research. Lately, we have also taken note of the amount of research involving the use of magnetic nanoparticles for improved [...]

Sensor packaging information expanded on www.lakeshore.com

We recently improved our sensor type landing pages and our sensor packaging page to make choosing the optimal sensor and package for an application easier.

Model CPX for superconducting microwave device research

A new paper slated for publication in the IEEE Journal of the Electron Devices Society references the utility of a Lake Shore cryogenic probe station when performing superconducting microwave [...]

From the Lake Shore Cryotronics Museum

Does the box below look at all familiar to you?

Helpful tips to reduce liquid helium cryogen consumption

A recent Physics Today issue had an interesting article on the difficulties researchers continue to have with the volatile prices of liquid helium (LHe). The article noted the steps some have [...]

Cryogenic sensors for monitoring in superconducting RF cavities of linacs

Cryogenic sensors are used worldwide in a number of particle accelerators, including the world’s most powerful one, the Large Hadron Collider (LHC) at CERN, where sensors are used to monitor the [...]

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