Remote installation of SNOM instrument has begun in Jyväskylä

Remote installation of SNOM instrument has begun in Jyväskylä

After some delay, the installation of the new SNOM instrument has begun at the University of Jyväskylä. The installation is done remotely with the close assistance of Test and Service…

First coherent Raman measurements

First coherent Raman measurements

The integration of Olympus FV3000 confocal laser scanning microscope with the Newport SF-TRU Timing and Recombination Unit in Helsinki is almost complete and the setup is ready for some test…

Instrument installation ongoing in Helsinki

Instrument installation ongoing in Helsinki

The main components of the qCSI Helsinki Instrument have finally arrived, and installation is underway. The Fast Multiplex Coherent Raman Imaging setup will be built around Olympus FV3000 confocal laser…

Near-field microscope has arrived in Jyväskylä

Near-field microscope has arrived in Jyväskylä

The new scanning near-field optical microscope (SNOM) has arrived at the University of Jyväskylä. The microscope is awaiting installation in boxes at the Nanoscience Center laser laboratory at the Ylistönrinne…

Live, In-situ, Remote Training on Our SF-TRU Timing and Recombination Unit

Live, In-situ, Remote Training on Our SF-TRU Timing and Recombination Unit

Christmas is coming and hard packages are waiting for us. Before that, Newport’s Technology and Applications Center (TAC) team arranged us a live, in-situ, remote training on our SF-TRU Timing…

Raman spectroscopy aids development of pharmaceutical dosages

Raman spectroscopy aids development of pharmaceutical dosages

The consortium PI Clare Strachan explains how Raman spectroscopy helps her research on drug development. Read more on University of Helsinki News:The li­fe­cycle of a pill or tab­let is af­fec­ted…

Academy Project Funding granted for two of the consortium members

Project proposals by the consortium PI Prof. Clare Strachan and consortium partner Prof. Janne Ihalainen were among the 78 Academy Projects that received funding in the 2019 Academy of Finland…

qCSI infrastructure funded by the Academy of Finland

qCSI infrastructure funded by the Academy of Finland

The Academy of Finland granted 1.6 million euros for the new quantitative Chemically-Specific Imaging (qCSI) infrastructure for material and life sciences. qCSI was one of the new infrastructures that received…