Functional near infrared spectroscopy has been used to identify tinnitus in patients.
The Smart-HSI project will develop compact hyperspectral imaging solutions to be used in space.
A multi-reflection time-of-flight mass spectrometer has been used successfully to investigate atomic clusters at the University of Greifswald.
Professor Peter Lay from the University of Sydney has been awarded the Australian Synchrotron Lifetime Contribution Award by ANSTO, the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation.
Scientists have developed an optical elastography technique that could revolutionise the accuracy and ease to which health professionals can detect biomechanical alterations of cells and tissues.
The mineral olivine, thought to be a major component inside all planetary bodies, holds secrets about the early formation of the solar system, and an IR spectral region can be used to study it remotely.
This review discusses three emerging applications in MSI—clinical, pre-clinical and forensics—and the roadblocks to the expansion of the use of MSI in these areas.
A new 1 GHz solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectrometer is now at field at University of Warwick.
A team of scientists and students from the University of Sheffield has published the blueprints for a specialist single-molecule microscope they built for a tenth of the cost of commercially available equipment.
Researchers have developed a new imaging spectrometer that is much lighter and smaller than state-of-the-art instruments while maintaining the same high level of performance. Because of its small size and modular design, the new instrument has obvious applications to airborne vehicles and even planetary exploration missions.
New research reveals that applying a magnetic field to a chiral metamaterial can change the way it polarises light.
Nuclear and atomic physicists and nuclear chemists of Mainz University and GSI are closely involved in the EU Innovative Training Network on Laser Ionisation and Spectroscopy of Actinide Elements.
New virtual format for the 72nd Pittsburgh Conference.
A new, ERC-funded project, HiSCORE, aims to develop a method for high throughput screening using nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Fluorescence spectroscopy can identify the geographical origins of wines originating from three wine regions of Australia and from Bordeaux in France with 100 % accuracy.
In a proof-of-principle experiment, Nathalie Picqué and Theodor Hänsch from the Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics and the Ludwig-Maximilian University have recorded broad spectra with close to 100,000 wavelengths in almost complete darkness.
Howard Mark and Jerry Workman have been awarded the 2020 Gold Medal by the New York section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy.
Mass spectrometry, XRF and NIR spectroscopy are being used together with voltammetry to determine the origin of ancient ceramic fragments.
Chinese customers of PicoQuant will benefit from a website in Chinese and a local presence.
Shimadzu opened a branch office in Denmark in September, providing local support.