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, […]

Wasatch Photonics Unleashes Game Changing Spectral-domain OCT Spectrometer

Logan, UT and Durham, NC – Wasatch Photonics, Inc. announced its new OCT spectrometer, Cobra-S, offering unbeatable ultra-high speeds of 250,000 lines per second and enhanced roll-off performance for deeper sample penetration with the highest image clarity. The Cobra-S can be designed into near infrared OCT systems for research and […]

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Beyond OCT: New Interferometric Imaging Techniques in Biomedicine

The June 2016 issue of Photonics Media includes an article with new applications in the OCT market including kidney and prostate cancer detection. Spectroscopy and OCT is highlighted for evaluating burn injuries to the skin, and handheld OCT is mentioned in the diagnosis of middle ear infections and breast cancer. Read […]


Space Mission Uses Utah Technology To Detect Life On Mars


By: Elaine Taylor  |  Friday, January 17, 2014 An upcoming mission to Mars will have the help of one Utah company that will be providing some of the technology to find chemical evidence of life beneath the iron oxide that gives the “Red Planet” its nickname. Wasatch Photonics makes high-tech refraction gratings and spectrometers that […]


Local Tech Company Assisting with 2018 Mars Mission


By Kevin Opsahl | Posted: Thursday, January 16, 2014 8:58 pm The Herald Journal A Logan-based company is developing technology that will be used to help find traces of organic material and water on a mission to Mars tentatively scheduled for 2018. The optical imaging company Wasatch Photonics, located at […]

Wasatch Photonics Technology to be Used for Mission to Mars

West Lafayette, Ind., Logan, Utah, Durham, N.C. and Madrid Technology from Wasatch Photonics, Inc., an optical imaging company, will be used to help meet the technological and scientific objectives of a mission to Mars. Madrid-based Instituto Nacional de Tecnica Aeroespacial, a public research organization specializing in aerospace research and technology […]