Skimming the Surface of Terahertz & Liquids

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

Terahertz waves are often praised for their ability to see through materials that other modalities such as x-ray cannot. From plastics to glass, woods and ceramics, terahertz can handle non-metallic solids like no other. But what about liquids? One of the challenges associated with terahertz waves is that they are …

Plastics Manufacturing

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

From food to beauty, water to beer, it is pretty obvious that our lives are inundated with plastic packaging. Plastic made its debut nearly 150 years ago and has since come a long way (which is good news for us because the original plastic “recipe” could cause explosions if mishandled…eek!). …

Employee Spotlight: Daniel Hailu

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

As a young and lean company, we realize every day just how important the work of our team members are in shaping our values and achieving our vision. In fact, we tend to more than agree with the sentiment that great companies are built by great people – so much …

Trade Show Takeaways: Photonics North

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

What are the absolute essentials when you’re taking a road trip? For us, its great music, good company, tasty snacks and of course our terahertz technology. On May 23rd, we left Waterloo with all of those things in tow and made the long drive to Québec for the 18th Photonics …

Avoiding Voids with the Help of Terahertz

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

Whether you’re driving to work, zipping over to the grocery store, or road-tripping to an exciting new city, if you own one of the 1.2 billion+ light-weight vehicles in the world, you know how important your tires are to ensuring you not only get from point a to point b, …

The Terahertz Fingerprint

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

At this moment, there are approximately 7.4 billion people on this earth (and in the time it took you to read that sentence, a dozen more were probably added!). Despite there being quite literally billions of people living around the world, each individual is uniquely identifiable by a specific set …

Making Waves to Save Water

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

What if…you were handed a chocolate bar but told only a small portion of it was edible and an even smaller portion of that – say, around 1% –  was meant for you? Would you consume it all without hesitation? Or treasure it, trying to figure out how to make …

There’s No “I” in Team

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

(or in TeTechS!) Have you ever noticed that some of the best insights about working together, come from sports teams? Google it – we’re not making this stuff up! We at TeTechS are most definitely NOT professional athletes, but we can’t help but wonder if there is a science to …

Layering It on Thin

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

You wash your hair with it, You top off your sandwiches with it, You chase away headaches with it, You hydrate yourself with it. No, we aren’t talking about some shampoo-ketchup-tylenol-water hybrid (that’d just be weird), but actually about what these products come in: Plastic bottles! The plastic bottle and …

An Electromagnetic Kind of Love

Kelly Hall Blog Leave a Comment

Everyone – and we do mean EVERYONE – loves a good love story. Admit it! You’ve shed your fair share of “I just have something in my eye” tears watching the heart-wrenching drama unfold in classic romance films. You know the ones… They meet – the attraction instantaneous. They fall …