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2014 WITec PaperAward winners

The winners of this year’s WITec PaperAwards, which honour outstanding scientific publications that feature results acquired with a WITec instrument,have been announced. The three winners were chosen from over 60 entrants.

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State-of-the art imaging system

A high resolution imaging and spectroscopy system—the first of its kind in the UK—installed at Bristol University.

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Analytik Jena buys Bruker ICP-MS business

Analytik Jena closed the acquisition of the ICP-MS business of Bruker Corporation on 12 September 2014.

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Protein Metrics licenses lipid analysis software from PNNL

Protein Metrics granted an exclusive commercial license to PNNL’s lipid analysis software for tandem mass spectrometry data.

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New global MS HQ for Waters

Waters have officially opened their new, custom-built global mass spectrometry headquarters

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NIR Pharmaceutical special issue

JNIRS—Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy has recently published a Special Issue on Applications of Near Infrared Spectroscopy in the Pharmaceutical and Biopharmaceutical Industries.

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ICNIRS Karl Norris Award launched at Chambersburg meeting

ICNIRS award, which recognises the unique contribution of Karl Norris as the founder of near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy in the modern world, was unveiled at the recent International Diffuse Reflectance Conference (IDRC) in Chambersburg..

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Hyperspectral imaging illuminates Stone Age life

Five thousand, five hundred year old clay figurines were recently scanned with a hyperspectral camera by Specim to reveal that the clay in the figurines was similar to that of the excavation site.

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Uncovering forbidden transitions

Researchers observe the "forbidden" infrared spectrum of a charged molecule for the first time.

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Sensor network that can track down illegal bomb-making

Researchers have developed a sensor network which can detect bomb making activity early on and locate it precisely using laser spectroscopy based on quantum cascade lasers.

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