I want to personally thank you for your business and am looking forward to what the future holds. Edmund CEO and Chairman The future of optics in Life Sciences is critical to the wellbeing of all living things.
Major advancements in biomedical optics and light, technologies around flow cytometry, cell sorting, microscopy, ophthalmology, and laser systems, to name a few, continue to advance all aspects of life.
I'd be lying if I said there hadn't been a learning curve in it all...
Below you will see an interesting timeline of events, along with photos dating back to our first days in southern New Jersey to our many global expansions.From such a diverse set of industries and applications comes an equally diverse set of requirements and challenges.The common thread among those requirements, however, is the capabilities and precision that enabled yesterday’s optical devices won’t be those that enable tomorrow’s. Deterministic processes will replace manual craftsmanship. And through it all, the Edmund Optics catalog will be there, as it has for the past 75 years. We've showcased a new historic image from our 75 years of changing the world of optics!Although once written for children, the text is very interesting for everyone who wants to take first steps in astrology.Astro-Databank, the world-wide unique collection of more than 35`000 chart data is online at and can be used for free!
;) So, she approaches me and thanks me for the popcorn and I tell her she's very welcome.