Medical Innovation with Synthetic Hydrogel

A group of scientists, engineers, and physicists at McGill University hope to improve therecovery period from various surgeries with the use of a synthetic hydrogel biomaterial. The hydrogelcan theoretically repair muscles including heart tissue and vocal cords. The challenge was to makebiomaterial strong enough to be protective, while being able to withstand the body’s everydaymovements.…

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SpaceX SAOCOM 1B and Starlink Satellites Launch

SpaceX made strides yet again this past weekend with its 100th rocket space flight when they launched their remote sensor satellite from the Falcon 9 rocket. The $600 million orbital launch on Sunday, August 31st, was successfully launched in Florida; this is the first launch of its kind from Florida in several decades. The purpose of this…

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Richard Johnson: Pinhole Photographer

Pinhole photography and black-and-white photographs can be a perfect marriage of aesthetic style and simplistic beauty. After over 44 years chasing this passion, nobody knows that better than pinhole photographer Richard A. Johnson. Richard explained his passion in 2012 in a speech called “A Journey into the World of Pinhole Photography” at Lenox Laser’s 3rd…

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Dirk Fletcher: Pinhole Photography

In 1888, the Kodak Corporation established the phrase “You press the button, we do the rest” – leading to the beginning of photography as a hobby for the average American. Interestingly, the Kodak name was born for the sound the shutter of the camera would make, trying to mimic the word Kodak.  Finally, the power…

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Steven Sasson, Inventor of the First Digital Camera

Today, humanity lives in the throes of a digital world that is evolving at a rapid pace – everything from streaming to gaming and especially digital photography. We often capture meaningful moments through the use of photos – a frozen reminder of one’s memories. Some, like Steven J. Sasson, possess the passion for capturing such…

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Dr. John C Mather’s History of the Universe in a Nutshell: From the Big Bang to Life and the End of Time

Scientists have been studying the beginnings of humankind, Earth, and all other bodies within space because an understanding of the past can help predict the future. In 2006, Dr. John C. Mather – the Nobel laureate – improved our understanding of the Big Bang Theory and, therefore, our knowledge of us and the universe. Following…

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Dr. Charles H Townes

What separates humans from other life forms is the ability not only to think but to reason, to combine both recursive and combination modes of cognizance. Throughout the history of humanity, not all inventions, discoveries, and miracles arose from the hard work of humankind. From Columbus’ accidental discovery of the Americas to the discovery of…

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CCIT Capabilities

CCIT evaluates the integrity of container closure systems that maintain a sterile barrier against potential contaminants. Contaminants that could cross a container closure barrier include microorganisms and reactive gases. It is an integral part of the pharmaceutical and other critical packaging industries. Lenox Laser laser drills precision calibrated leaks for CCI testing purposes. We can…

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Lenox Laser Website FAQs

At Lenox laser we strive to make an intuitive user experience. We will be revamping our FAQ section to reflect some recent changes on the website. As always, you can find email, fax and phone numbers at the bottom of the website. For ordering products, when you find the product you want, just add to…

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CCIT Services

                Container closure integrity testing, or CCIT provides needed confidence in the integrity in pharmaceutical, chemical, and food packaging. Lenox Laser’s pioneering nature has expanded into this field over the past decade.                 Lenox Laser strives to deliver a controlled metric or standard using micro holes in pharmaceutical and critical packaging. These micro holes or…

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