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Keep up with us! Here we bring you news from our mission in the Laser-Induced Breakdown Spectroscopy field. Explore our part of the elemental analysis world.

News & Updates

Apart from the LIBS theme, we also invite you
to our company culture. Find out our
latest success and what we are currently
working on.

Space&Development

We are growing!

December 2022 

What do we think the future of LIBS and We decided to broaden our own horizons and focus on things where we see great added value. It is a pleasure to introduce you two new subsidiaries, Lightigo SPACE and Lightigo DEVELOPMENT. Discover with us the true magic of electronics or analyze the unknown in space. 

AZO Interview

LIBS interview

October 2022 

What do we think the future of LIBS and our own looks like? Find out in a new interview from AZO network with our product manager Jan Novotný, PhD.

Visit

Special Visit!

September 2022 

Lightigo was honoured by prominent personalities of LIBS community. Big thanks to Prof. Yoshihiro Deguchi, Prof. Gabor Galbacs and Prof. Javier Laserna. We were happy to show you our LIBS solution.

LIBS2022

Welcome at LIBS2O22

August 2022 

It was great to meet you all! We are glad to talk with so many inspiring people and hear their thoughts during presentations. Thanks for new connections and friendships. 

Lithium

Brand new Application note

July 2022 

Lithium is a part of our every day, even though we may not know it. For many analytical methods, the detection of Lithium is almost mission impossible. But not for LIBS!

Analytica

Thanks for Analytica 2022

June 2022 l Munich, Germany

Thanks to everyone who stopped by us. We have met an incredible number of amazing people. Looking forward to future cooperation.

Lelekovice

Moving into New premises

May 2022

We created a space where our employes can teach each other and grow together. Where? Visit us at Hlavní 104, Lelekovice.

Beryllium

Completely new Application note

April 2022 

Rare coloured sapphires such as padparadscha entered the market. But not all are natural. Their nice colour is often cause artificially by Beryllium.

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