SS-OCT vs SD-OCT: BioPhotonics April issue

In the April 2018 issue of BioPhotonics, our own Dr. Nishant Mohan reviews the state of the art in swept source and spectral domain OCT to see how recent developments in each technology are creating interesting tradeoffs for clinicians and researchers. Recent developments in SD-OCT have put it back on […]

University of Strathclyde

Spring SciX 2018: A personal preview

University of Strathclyde

Interview by Cicely Rathmell As the University of Strathclyde prepares to host the first-ever Spring SciX in Europe next week, I had the pleasure of sitting down with Duncan Graham and Karen Faulds, leaders of the local organizing committee for this inaugural event. I wanted to find out what inspired […]

Wasatch Photonics Announces ISO 9001:2015 Certification

Wasatch Photonics is proud to announce the certification of its Durham, NC site to the ISO 9001:2015 quality management system standard for the design and manufacture of spectrometers and optical imaging equipment. This achievement represents the company’s ongoing commitment to quality in all aspects and at all levels of its […]

The OCT Landscape Expands – The New Frontier of Nondestructive Testing

Optical coherence tomography (OCT) has made its move into the non-destructive testing and inspection arena. Valued for its ability to provide non-contact imaging of surface morphology and subsurface structure with micron-level resolution, the technique can provide quantitative analysis of structures, features and defects for a wide range of materials. Read […]

Mouse ear duo

The OCT Landscape Expands

Mouse ear duo

The September 2017 issue of Photonics Media features an article about how OCT applications are expanding beyond the typical use in ophthalmology. Our own Dr. Nishant Mohan is interviewed for this story. Dermatology and angiography fields are seeing increased usage of OCT for mapping tumor margins to prevent and/or treat skin […]

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Enhancing Vision: Laser corrective eye surgery

Female eyes

A feature in the August 2017 Electro Optics issue reviews vision correction surgeries and their advancement via laser-based systems. Of significant interest is the role of a Wasatch Photonics spectrometer and its use in finding a previously undiscovered layer inside the cornea. Dr. Nishant Mohan provides details about this “new” […]

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The full spectrum

Cat Fundus

David Creasey meets with Electro Optics’ Jessica Rowbury in the June 2017 issue and summarizes the history of Wasatch Photonics, from its beginnings in the gratings market to the company’s eventual growth into spectroscopy, OCT and complete systems. Also discussed is the overall refinement and optimization of product lines. Read […]

1064-nm Raman: The Right Choice for Biological Samples?

In the June 2017 issue of Spectroscopy, David Creasey joins Shan Yang and Ozan Akkus in writing a side by side comparison of 1064 nm and 785 nm Raman analysis of various biological samples. With the availability of high quality 1064-nm Raman spectroscopy at a reasonable cost, users have options […]

Where Does OCT Go From Here?

This article in the March 2017 issue of Photonics Media interviews three industry experts in the OCT photonics market, including our own Dr. Nishant Mohan, about the current state and possible future scenarios for OCT. Ophthalmology continues to be the driving force behind most of the OCT market, but hopeful areas […]

Spectral-domain OCT spectrometer addresses sensitivity, fall-off drawbacks

A new OCT spectrometer from Wasatch Photonics offers deeper sample penetration and higher image clarity, creating data gathering opportunities in the fields of ophthalmology, dermatology, angiography, oncology, and industrial utilities. It also addresses concerns regarding sensitivity and fall-off. Click here to read the full article on BioOptics World website. February 22, […]