Moving closer to release of new AC resistance bridge/controller

If you visited us at the APS March Meeting in Denver, you likely saw an early version of our new Model 372 on display. Or perhaps you have seen it on our website. This instrument represents the first [...]

Lake Shore probe station enables Georgia Tech high-speed chip R&D

IEEE Electron Device Letters, R&D Magazine,, MachineDesign.Com, and other publications published news out of Georgia Institute of Technology about achieving a significant milestone [...]

Graduate students from The Ohio State University tour Lake Shore

Lake Shore’s team draws from a number of technical and scientific fields. In addition to physics, chemistry, and materials science, employees come to us also from the fields of electrical, [...]

Visit Lake Shore at upcoming Argonne and Brookhaven meetings

If you’re planning to attend the APS/CNM/EMC Users’ Meeting next week at Argonne National Laboratory or the NSLS/CFN Joint Users’ Meeting at Brookhaven National Laboratory the following week, be sure [...]

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