• The MCP polarimeter series combines state-of-the-art technology, modern design, and high usability. Customer-specific configurations, like multiple wavelengths, provide the widest range of options to keep the polarimeter fit for the future.

  • The steep edges, maximum transmission, and maximum reflection of ULTRA Series thin-film dichroic filters all translate into minimal loss of light intensity and optimal instrument performance. Each ULTRA Series dichroic filter, polychroic filter, dichroic beamsplitter, or beam combiner is resistant to laser damage and can be designed to work at any angle. All are ideal for use in applications such as fluorescence microscopy, flow cytometry, and Raman spectroscopy.

  • X-ray inspection systems for packaged products offer maximum contamination detection sensitivity at high throughputs for a diverse range of food and pharmaceutical applications. Typical packaged applications include the inspection of foil and plastic containers, cartons/boxes, foil pouches, bags and sacks, trays, tubes, sachets, flow-wraps, PET bottles and blister packs.

  • Despite incredible therapeutic innovations, the process for manufacturing them is stuck in the past. Apprentice helps life science manufacturers make the transition to a new way of operating with a flexible, cloud-based manufacturing execution system.

  • Many surfaces come in contact with the pharmaceutical product during its lifecycle. Our analytical experts can conduct a deep characterization of the physical-chemical properties of the surfaces, to correctly evaluate the container performance and the feedback when in contact with the drug product. The container surface investigation provides essential information to corroborate the physico-chemical performance of the system.


  • Revitalization Of Older Drug Products Using Innovative Formulation Technologies By 505(b)(2) Regulatory Pathway

    Revitalization of older marketed drug products using innovative drug delivery technologies or platforms can provide new marketing exclusivity and new patent protection, and thus offer an effective tool for product life cycle management.

  • Ensuring On-Time Release Of CAR-T Cell Treatment In Spain

    Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and the start of Brexit, a CAR-T cell treatment therapy shipment was offloaded multiple times by the airline, requiring an alternative transport solution.

  • Scale From Cell Factory Systems To A Bioreactor Without Affecting CQAs

    The challenge was to identify an effective, replicable, and large-scale LVV manufacturing process to meet the growing manufacturing demand without affecting critical quality attributes.

  • Lateral-Effect Photodiodes

    In recent years, there has been a dramatic expansion of electro-optical instruments. The lateral-effect photodiode provides direct readouts of the displacement of a light spot across its active area.

  • Thin-Film Optical Components For Use In Non-Linear Optical Systems

    Bio-imaging and detection techniques that use non-linear optical (NLO) phenomena have led to great advancements, such as super-resolution images, label-free visualization of naturally occurring biomolecules, and greater freedom for working with in-vivo samples. This white paper discusses the importance of choosing thin-film optical components for NLO systems to ensure optimal signal strength, resolution, and image quality.

  • DAF System Effectively Removes 95% Of TSS For Railcar Bearing Manufacturer

    A manufacturer of railcar bearings, wheels, and axles needed a wastewater system upgrade to treat for oil, grease, suspended solids, and dissolved metals in a mix of process water and storm water runoff. The existing wastewater treatment system in place at the facility consisted of a small equalization tank, traditional clarifier and sand filter. 

  • Overcoming Trial Recruitment Challenges In NASH Using De-Identified Patient Linking

    Recruiting patients for Nonalcoholic fatty liver disease (NAFLD) and Non-alcoholic steatohepatitis (NASH) trials can be a challenge. Read the available case study to see how Datavant helped to overcome this challenge.

  • Engineering Into The Future: Modernizing With ArcGIS

    When San Juan Water District's (SJWD) legacy CAD-based geographic information system (GIS) lost its functionality to communicate across departments, it created bottlenecks and data silos. Collaboration became a struggle as staff began to rely on disparate datasets, paper map books, and outdated systems. It was time for a change. SJWD needed a solution that would repair the damage and, more importantly, ensure a sustainable future.

  • Zygo Accumold Case Study

    Accumold is a pre-eminent micro molding company experienced in fabricating precision micro, small, and lead-free injection-molded plastic components. Accumold relies on ZYGO coherence scanning interferometer equipment to maximize efficiency.

  • Multiband Filters Redefine Performance Standards Across Disciplines

    Advances in thin-film technology have given rise to new classes of multiband filters that redefine performance standards and drive innovation across a variety of disciplines. By understanding their scientific and industrial applications, various filter classes and manufacturing possibilities are also better understood.

  • The Power From The Mirror

    High-power lasers can only be as strong as their optical components allow. Thus, the further development of laser technology depends crucially on the development of complex coating systems with a high damage threshold.

  • Custom DELUMPER LP Reduces Wet And Sticky Agglomerates

    When a major global leader in agricultural products needed help reducing wet and sticky agglomerates in a very tight plant location, Franklin Miller was ready with a custom solution.