A new paper has reviewed the combination of instrumentation and computational approaches to coherent Raman scattering.
Pictures from a standard RGB camera combined with AI deep learning can provide equivalent crop prediction tools for a fraction of the cost.
A research team from the USA has used hand-held and tower-based equipment for phenotyping common and tepary beans.
The new design uses dual-comb spectroscopy.
WITec GmbH has delivered a new instrument to the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW) Baden-Württemberg.
New method offers high-throughput chemical imaging hundreds of times faster than traditional approach.
A hyperspectral camera has been mounted on a standard OR-approved surgical microscope for in vivo detection of low-grade gliomas.
Work by a group of UConn researchers represents an effort to overcome communication challenges and provide a new framework in the emerging field of land change science.
NTU Singapore has launched the S$160 million Institute for Digital Molecular Analytics and Science, which aims to advance the science behind analysing biomolecules through the use of information technology and data science.
IR s-SNOM has shown that the layer between the wood and varnish of two Stradivarius violins contained protein-based compounds, congregating in nano-sized patches.
A new study has compared three different illumination systems for moisture prediction using hyperspectral imaging in the visible-near infrared range.
Large-scale, chemical-specific emissions information poised to aid development of greener airplane engines and fuels.
Research involving two-dimensional semiconductors has led to an ultra-tiny spectrometer that fits on a microchip and is operated using artificial intelligence.
Combines photothermal spectroscopy and lidar, resolving chemical information by detecting sub-nm surface deformations due to photothermal absorption of a pump laser.
A new Open Access paper in JSI—Journal of Spectral Imaging compares common factor-based methods for hyperspectral image exploration: PCA, MAF, MNF and MDF.
Mass spectrometry imaging provides highly precise information on the spatial distribution of substances. Researchers at the University of Bayreuth have succeeded in making visible an additive in dairy products and a production-related contamination in baked goods.
Researchers successfully performed prolonged TERS imaging of µm-scale tungsten disulfide samples without signal degradation
Native ambient mass spectrometry can analyse how drug molecules bind to proteins in tissue samples and could offer an improved route to drug discovery and development.
Headwall Photonics has acquired perClass BV, the developer of the perClass Mira® spectral analysis software package.
And receives a surprise painting very much in the Raman theme.