Spectrogon News

Sensor+Test Show 2024

Spectrogon recently participated in the Sensor+Test show in Nuremberg, Germany. This intensive three-day exhibition provided us with the valuable opportunity to connect with our current customers. We were thrilled by the great interest in our products from everyone...

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The Nobel Prize in Physics 2023

The Nobel Prize award ceremony took place yesterday, December 10, at the Stockholm concert hall. One of the winners for the prize in physics this year is Anne L’Huillier, a professor at Lund University. Together with Pierre Agostini (Ohio University) and Ferenc Krausz...

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Sensor Expo 2023

Spectrogon exhibited at the recently concluded Sensor show last June 20-22 in California. Another successful exhibition with a lot of engagement from visitors and attendees. We will see you again on the next year's show!  

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Sensor+Test 2023

It was that time of the year again for the Sensor+Test show in Nuremberg, Germany. Spectrogon participated in this exhibition which was held last May 09-11. The fair was attended by both local and international visitors; slightly more participants than last year. It...

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Sensor+Test 2022

Spectrogon also exhibited at the Sensor+Test show in Nuremberg last May 10-12. This leading trade fair for sensor and measurement technology was attended by 371 exhibitors and around 45000 visitors. We were delighted with the outcome of the event having been able to...

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The Laser Show 2022

The Laser show was also back this year since the pandemic. Held in Munich, Germany last April 25-29, our team from Sweden flew down, eager and looking forward to see some familiar and new faces. The exhibition was attended by 15 000 visitors with 900 companies...

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Back To In-person Exhibitions This Year!

After a 2-year hiatus due to the pandemic, face-to-face trade shows are back. Spectrogon attended the SPIE-Photonics Europe last April 05-06 which was held in Strasbourg, France. There was an obvious enthusiasm from a lot of exhibitors and visitors to be out and about...

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Spectrogon in Space – James Webb Space Telescope

Twenty years ago, Spectrogon manufactured a group of different filters for the James Webb Space Telescope – JWST. It is the largest space telescope ever designed, made possible with the collaboration between NASA, the European Space Agency (ESA) and the Canadian Space...

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Cancer Awareness Month

In line with the Cancer Awareness Month this October, Spectrogon proudly supports the Swedish Cancer Society and their vision towards defeating cancer.  Through the organization’s work, more funds have been awarded to high quality cancer research in Sweden.  As a...

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