Ultra-compact pulsed lasers for LIBS and photoacoustics

14 June, 2019

Ultra-compact pulsed lasers for LIBS and photoacoustics

Cobolt AB, a part of HÜBNER Photonics, is proud to introduce the Cobolt Tor™ XS, a compact high performance Q-switched laser at 1064 nm and 532 nm, with 100 uJ/pulse and 50 uJ/pulse respectively. The Cobolt Tor™ XS is intended for photoacoustic microscopy applications as well as integration into hand-held […]

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Raman light sheet microscopy

28 May, 2019

Raman light sheet microscopy

Raman light sheet microscopy: a fast micro-spectroscopy imaging technique Raman spectroscopy provides information about the chemical composition of materials, cells and tissues. The Raman process is induced by scattering of the excitation light with the vibration of the molecules contained in the sample. This provides an intrinsic label-free contrast mechanism […]

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Multi-line lasers for microscopy

25 April, 2019

Multi-line lasers for microscopy

Why choose a multi-line laser for microscopy instead of individual lasers? Conventional fluorescence-based bio-instrumentation equipment typically uses multiple individual lasers combined through optical elements into one beam or an optical fiber. The systems can become bulky, costly to manufacture, and challenging to keep aligned. An extremely compact, permanently aligned, and […]

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Cobolt Inc. renamed HUBNER Photonics Inc.

17 April, 2019

Cobolt Inc. renamed HUBNER Photonics Inc.

HÜBNER Photonics, a division of the German HÜBNER Group, is pleased to announce the opening of a new direct office in the USA. The new direct office is an expansion of the current Cobolt Inc. office which will essentially be renamed. “Renaming and expanding the Cobolt Inc. office is a […]

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Single and multi-line lasers for flow cytometry

15 March, 2019

Single and multi-line lasers for flow cytometry

Read our recent mention in an article from the January 2019 edition of Laser Focus World which discusses visible laser sources for flow cytometry. Read how the Cobolt Skyra multi-line laser is allowing more compact flow cytometry systems with increased functionality. Single and Multi-line lasers for flow cytometry Because flow […]

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Cobolt addresses Raman with even more wavelengths: 633 nm & 785 nm lasers

4 March, 2019

Cobolt addresses Raman with even more wavelengths: 633 nm & 785 nm lasers

Cobolt AB, a part of HÜBNER Photonics, continues to address the Raman spectroscopy market with the addition of 633 nm & 785 nm STM on the 08-01 Series, with the aim to secure the market position as a major supplier of all laser wavelengths to the high resolution Raman market. […]

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HÜBNER Photonics opens a direct office in the UK

25 January, 2019

HÜBNER Photonics opens a direct office in the UK

HÜBNER Photonics, of which Cobolt AB is a part of, is pleased to announce the opening of a new direct office in the UK. As from November 19th 2018, all UK business will be conducted from the Southampton office, headed by experienced laser and optics specialist, Fiona Evans. Fiona is […]

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Nobel Prize Day: Lasers shine with Physics prize

12 December, 2018

Nobel Prize Day: Lasers shine with Physics prize

Cobolt & HÜBNER Photonics welcome this year’s Nobel Prize recipients to Stockholm! An especially warm welcome to the recipients in Physics for their ‘ground breaking inventions in the field of laser physics’. It’s not often the prize goes to lasers, so as a Stockholm based laser manufacturer, Cobolt was especially […]

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Choosing Lasers for Holographic Applications

15 October, 2018

Choosing Lasers for Holographic Applications

See our article in Novus Light September 2018: Choosing Lasers for Holographic Applications The single most important performance characteristic required when considering lasers for holographic applications is long coherence length, in addition to good power stability, wavelength accuracy and stability, and, above all, excellent reliability. Developments in laser technology, emulsions and […]

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How to choose lasers for Raman Spectroscopy

15 October, 2018

How to choose lasers for Raman Spectroscopy

How to choose lasers for Raman spectroscopy? Here, in our article in Laser Focus World August 2018, we discuss the lasers that can be used for Raman spectroscopy and why. Numerous different wavelengths of light are commonly used in Raman spectroscopy, ranging from the ultraviolet (UV) through the visible, and into the near-infrared […]

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