How gaussmeters are being used in biomedical research

Gaussmeters are frequently used in manufacturing QC and test applications. Another area where we are seeing an increasing amount of use is in the medical field. These instruments are being used not [...]

Cryogenic monitoring in Fermilab’s Muon g-2 application

We recently linked to this article in our social media: a look at how scientists at work on the Muon g-2 experiment at Fermilab have been “shimming” a large magnetic ring to create “a magnetic field [...]

Lake Shore provides AC Hall measurements for PEC material research


Lake Shore has also been collaborating with scientists from the University of Texas (UT) at Austin, along with other institutions, in work aimed at developing more economically feasible [...]

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 electronic [...]

Paper examines conjugated polymer processing technique that allows for Hall mobility measurements

Researchers have studied conjugated polymers for a number of organic electronics and energy-related applications, including as light absorbers in organic photovoltaic cells. Compared with [...]

New magnetocaloric measurement article in Magnetics Business & Technology

“Magnetocaloric Measurements: From Energy Efficient Refrigeration to a Tool for the Study of Phase Transitions”

For many years, the scientific community has sought an alternative to conventional [...]

A look at another temperature-dependent probing application for PZT devices

Plot showing remanent hysteresis measurements while characterizing ferroelectric capacitors at variable temperatures in a Lake Shore Model CRX-4K probe station used with a Radiant Technologies [...]

Follow-up: TechConnect FORC paper now available as download

FORC diagram of an array of magnetic nanowires

You may recall us announcing last month that Lake Shore’s Brad Dodrill would present a poster session, “First-Order-Reversal-Curve Analysis of Nanoscale [...]

Some interesting THz-based detector research

If you’re a reader of Photonics Online, you might have seen this recent article on a new type of detector that can absorb terahertz (THz) waves. As detailed in the article, researchers at Rice [...]

New probe station application note available

You might have read in our probe station catalog that capturing various temperature measurements can be an automated process by adding a Keithley parameter analyzer to a Lake Shore probe station [...]

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