Based in Ohio, Lake Shore offers sensors and instrumentation for measurement and control at cryogenic temperatures in magnetic fields, as well as systems and instruments for precision characterisation of electronic and magnetic materials, particularly as a function of temperature for early-stage device research and development (R&D).
“We are excited to work with Lake Shore, whose name is synonymous with the pursuit of advancement in measurement and control systems,” said David Want, Managing Director of Quantum Design UK and Ireland.
“Together we will support ground-breaking and robust science in the UK and Ireland. We look forward to seeing what the scientific research community can achieve with these incredible products.”
Quantum Design UK and Ireland offers components and systems used in materials science, imaging, spectroscopy, photonics, nanotechnology, and life science research.
“QDUKI is a natural fit for Lake Shore. They’re highlight knowledgeable about the requirements of material researchers and physicists and know which institutions would most benefit from Lake Shore solutions,” said Shane Hritz, Lake Shore’s International Sales Director for Europe.
“Partnering with them represent an extension of our existing application expertise, and together, we’ll be able to provide unsurpassed technical know-how to scientific as well as industrial users.
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