We’re Hiring!

We are growing rapidly, and we’re seeking great people to join us. Do you want to be part of a company making an impact? Come grow with us. > Technical Manager – Raleigh/Durham, NC > Quality Manager, Optical Systems – Raleigh/Durham, NC > Manufacturing Engineer – Raleigh/Durham, NC > Quality […]

Notal Vision Engages Wasatch Photonics

First U.S. clinical trial initiated with patient-operated home OCT device for monitoring patients diagnosed with exudative age-related macular degeneration (eAMD) > Notal Vision Engages Wasatch Photonics Bringing AI-Enabled Home-Based Optical Coherence Tomography Closer to Market Manassas, Virginia (December 17, 2018) – Notal Vision, Inc., (“Notal”) a privately-held ophthalmic diagnostic services […]

OEM Raman spectrometers

OEM by Design

OEM Raman spectrometers

Accelerate your time to market! Making the transition from proof of concept to fully designed instrument is a challenge for many new product developments. We mitigate that risk and accelerate your time to market with our OEM modules for Raman, visible, and NIR spectroscopy. These drop-in modules form the heart […]

Advances in OCT – Photonics Spectra, October 2018

Optical coherence tomography has progressed by leaps and bounds in the last decade, and is already providing solutions for important and growing needs in ophthalmic diagnostics. It is also seeing increased acceptance in areas such as interventional cardiology, dermatology, and ophthalmology, and in nondestructive testing. In this article, Dr. Nishant Mohan, VP […]

Internship opportunity with Spectroscopy

Educational Outreach 2018

Internship opportunity with Spectroscopy

Getting a Taste for Spectroscopy — We were delighted to host our first ever Wasatch Photonics spectroscopy intern over the summer of 2018. Hazel Stewart, a PhD student from the University of Strathclyde, Scotland spent 10 weeks at our Durham, NC site measuring everything she could get her hands on, […]

Bridging the gap illustration

Closing the Gap – The Analytical Scientist, May 2018 Issue

Bridging the gap illustration

Compact spectroscopy continues to conquer ever more challenging applications. In the May 2018 issue of The Analytical Scientist, Wasatch Photonics’ Cicely Rathmell and Dr. David Creasey review the history and development of hand-held spectrometers in relation to their larger and more expensive benchtop equivalents. In addition to the cost savings, […]

On the Road: Lunch & Learn at Ohio State

Our own Michael Matthews spent the day at OSU June 7th showing how the next generation of compact spectrometers are enabling new applications, both in theory and hands-on. Attendees of the lunch & learn included researchers from the Food Safety and Agriculture groups, Chemistry, BioChem, and BioMed groups, who noshed on […]