Low-cost, compact and widely-tuneable lasers


A newly emerging commercial venture from the University of Cambridge, UK. Based on chiral liquid crystal technology, developed by leading scientists at the Department of Engineering.




- Continuously tuneable wavelength 450-850nm
- Bespoke monochromatic or polychromatic outputs
- Unique low-cost liquid crystal technology
- Greater than 60% optical slope efficiency

Applications in:

- Fluorecscence microscopy/spectroscopy
- Raman spectroscopy
- Enabling technology for portable medical diagnostics