As we enter 2021, we are delighted to celebrate 50 fantastic years in business.
Founded in 1971 by Professor Des Smith, we have grown from humble beginnings as a private spin-out company on Britain’s first University “Research Park” at Herriot Watt University in Edinburgh to become global leaders in the field of research, development and manufacturing of state-of-the-art spectroscopic instrumentation. Over
Edinburgh Instruments is delighted to announce the launch of the new RMS1000 Raman Microscope designed and manufactured at their global headquarters in Scotland.
The RMS1000 Raman Microscope is an open architecture, research grade confocal Raman Microscope. It has been designed to be adapted to almost any modern, state-of-the-art Raman application. This high-end research tool has been built with no compromises; resulting
The lateral (X-Y) resolution of fluorescence and Raman microscopes is frequently calculated using the famous Rayleigh Criterion for resolution, 0.61λ/NA, but where does this resolution limit arise from and how does it relate to the other resolution limits encountered in microscopy?
The Point Spread Function & Airy Pattern
When a point emitter (such as a quantum dot) is imaged by a microscope,
Techcomp Beijing are delighted to announce their move to new offices in the city. This will enable the business to facilitate new strategic development plans.
Accompanied by all staff, Ms Zhanghairong, the vice president of TIL, and the vice president of Techcomp Scientific Limited, hosted a welcome ceremony and celebrated the move to the new office with a traditional ribbon cutting
Congratulations to Matteo Colombo, an Edinburgh Instruments sponsored Masters student at SPECIFIC Innovation Centre (Swansea University) on his first publication on perovskite solar cell manufacturing.
Matteo carried out his MEng studies in the last academic course under the supervision of Dr Stoichko Dimitrov (currently a lecturer at Queen Mary University London) and Dr Matthew Davies with financial support from Edinburgh Instruments.
Given the unprecedented COVID-19 situation, we wanted to take the time to reassure you that Edinburgh Instruments is taking all measures to ensure the safety of our staff whilst delivering our usual high standard of service to all our customers with minimal disruption.
The health & safety of our staff, their families and customers is our first and foremost priority. We
Edinburgh Instruments were delighted to attend the 64th Annual Meeting of the Biophysical Society held in sunny San Diego, California. This long-standing meeting is the largest Biophysics conference in the world, attended by thousands of researchers every year. Over 500 talks and 2,000 posters were presented at this year’s edition which covered a wide range of topics such as membrane
We have all been amazed at the construction of the new 1,000 bed hospital that has been built in just ten days to help with the outbreak of the Coronavirus in Wuhan, China. There are now over 28,000 people affected and there have been over 500 deaths. We are delighted to play some small part in helping to bring aid
I-APS Award in Photochemistry Sponsored by Edinburgh Instruments
Prof. Felix Castellano (middle) accepting the 2020 I-APS Award in Photochemistry from Prof. Jim McCusker, I-APS President (right), with Edinburgh Instruments’ Application and Technology Scientist, Dr. Ian Stanton (left).
Edinburgh Instruments is pleased to announce that they will be sponsoring the Inter-American Photochemistry Society (I-APS) Award in Photochemistry starting in 2020. This year’s recipient,
To mark the recent launch of Edinburgh Instruments new RM5 Raman Microscope, the company has today announced its partnership with Bio-Rad and its KnowItAll Raman Spectral Identification Partner Program. The partnership enables Edinburgh Instruments to give its customers access to the largest Raman Spectral Database and Raman Identification Software.
As a Bio-Rad Raman Spectral Identification Partner, Edinburgh Instruments Raman Microscope customers will