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UV-VIS Spectrophotometer Webinar App Note: Blood Analysis Without Pain for Neonates
Dr. Yvette Mattley, Ocean Optics Senior Applications Scientist, recently participated in a Live Product Showcase of UV-VIS Spectrophotomers and their improvements in functionality. This webinar was hosted by the good folks at Lab Manager Magazine.
Check it out here

Read how our USB4000 miniature spectrometer is being used to help in the detection of conditions such as jaundice in newborns. The spectroscopic method, using diffusion theory, is proving to be painless, more accurate and simpler than comparable diagnostic methods.
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Tech Tip: Thermal Stability in Spectrometers Ready for Photonics West? We Are!

In this Technical Tip, we outline options for maintaining thermal wavelength stability in our spectrometers. Thermal stability is especially important in industrial and other settings where environmental conditions –especially variations in temperature -- can affect spectrometer performance.
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Mark your calendars! Ocean Optics will be at SPIE Photonics West January 21-26 at the Moscone Center in San Francisco. Booths 1000-1001 are where you can check out our latest technologies, get a quote or technical details on any of our products and pick up the latest Ocean Optics Catalog of Products. Be sure to stop in and say hello!
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Ocean Optics Collimating Lenses Going to Mars, BRB!

Our range of collimating lenses help you to gather more accurate data in an easy way. What's more, you can use them for virtually any optical setup that requires the acceptance or transmission of parallel beams of light at the illumination source. Use them with Ocean Optics spectrometers and optical fibers for outstanding, reliable results!
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NASA’s latest mission to Mars includes several Ocean Optics spectrometers that are part of an instrument using Laser Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy (LIBS) to evaluate rocks, soil composition and other elements of the plant’s surface.
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  Stay in Touch, Won't You?
There are plenty of convenient ways to get in touch with us at Ocean Optics. For general inquiries, please drop us an email at info@oceanoptics.com. You can reach us during regular business hours (GMT-5) at +1 727-733-2447. If you're in Europe, please reach us on +31 (0) 26 319 0500 or +49 (0) 711 3416 96-0. And, in Asia/Pacific Rim, you can contact us at +86-21-6295-6600. Don't forget that our online chat is up and running. Get answers on product availability, pricing and delivery from our website by clicking Live Support found at the top of the page.

 

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  • App Note: UV-VIS Spectrophotometer Webinar

  • Blood Analysis Without Pain for Neonates

  • Tech Tip: Thermal Stability in Spectrometers

  • Ready for Photonics West? We Are!

  • Ocean Optics Collimating Lenses

  • Going to Mars, BRB!

From the entire Ocean Optics family to yours, we wish you a happy and safe holiday season.