NASA recently released a map of the American companies involved in the James Webb Space Telescope. Lake Shore excited to be one of them, supplying cryogenic temperature sensors to the project.
Please note that in observance of the holidays, our office will be closing at 2 p.m. (EST), Dec. 22, and will remain closed through the remainder of the year, reopening on Tuesday, Jan. 2.
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 [...]
There are three important considerations when selecting a magnetometry measurement technique that is best suited for a material: sensitivity, speed, and temperature or field range over which the [...]
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.
Lake Shore will be closed for the Christmas holiday at end of business Friday, December 23 and will reopen for business Tuesday, January 3.
As with past years at Lake Shore, we were fortunate to have a team of college interns working alongside our full-time staff this summer. We had 22 students in-house, applying their talents and [...]
We are happy to hear that Dr. Scott Courts, Lake Shore Applications Scientist, has been named a member of the Board of Technical Directors for the Cryogenic Society of America (CSA). He was elected [...]
Finding a good place to mount a sensor in some locations, like an already crowded cryostat, is never easy. In general, a setup where the entire load and sample is at the same temperature is the goal. [...]
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) [...]