Lake Shore exhibiting at three conferences next week

Next week will be a busy one for us, with three events on our travel schedule:

The IEEE MTT International Microwave Symposium (IMS), in San Francisco (Booth 2348), where Vaden West, Western U.S. [...]

NETL researcher and Lake Shore collaborator receives PECASE award

Congratulations go out to U.S. Department of Energy scientist Dr. Paul Ohodnicki on his receiving of the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientist and Engineers (PECASE), the highest honor [...]

Cryogenic probing in 2D electronic material research

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 [...]

Advancing research of more efficient light emitting diode technology

With the U.S. Department of Energy’s recent announcement about new funding for solid state lighting (SSL) R&D, we thought this would be a good time to summarize how Lake Shore systems and [...]

Need guidance on how to land a probe? Watch our videos.

Landing a probe is probably the most important step in achieving reliable, repeatable measurements. In our user manuals, we provide detailed instructions on correctly landing various Lake Shore [...]

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