Raman Spectroscopy News
A new sensor can identify the global content and form of arsenic-containing molecules at very low concentrations.
WITec GmbH has delivered a new instrument to the Center for Solar Energy and Hydrogen Research (ZSW) Baden-Württemberg.
The IRDG’s two student travel awards are now open for applications: the Chalmers & Dent Student Travel Award and the Francis Dunstan Travel Awards.
New method offers high-throughput chemical imaging hundreds of times faster than traditional approach.
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.
Research involving two-dimensional semiconductors has led to an ultra-tiny spectrometer that fits on a microchip and is operated using artificial intelligence.
The use of SERS to monitor the photodynamic therapy process of tumours enables understanding of the specific mechanism of the catalytic process of nanozymes.
Raman spectroscopy identifies E. coli persisters at single-cell level and reveals their metabolic activity.
Katherine Bakeev to start the operations of Timegate in the US.
Label-free trace detection of bio-molecules by liquid-interface assisted surface-enhanced Raman scattering has been realised using a microfluidic chip.
Two-photon-polymerisation lithography structures examined via Raman spectroscopy and nanoindentation.
Nominations for the IRDG’s 2022 Norman Sheppard Award are invited.
Researchers successfully performed prolonged TERS imaging of µm-scale tungsten disulfide samples without signal degradation
Ultrasensitive biosensors based on SERS have been developed to detect the cancer metastasis related programmed death ligand (PD-L1) biomarker.
Researchers have created an ultrathin SERS sensor, spun from gold, that can be attached directly to the skin without irritation or discomfort.
And receives a surprise painting very much in the Raman theme.
Raman spectra of battery electrolytes provide unique information on their chemical state-of-health.
Infrared and Raman spectroscopy have been used to identify lysine acetylation features, which provided a theoretical and experimental basis for the analysis of protein acetylation structures in biological systems.
A review of and prediction for the development of chip-based optical spectrometers.
Flame-sprayed nanoparticles have been used as a SERS substrate to detect low concentrations of parathion-ethyl, a toxic agricultural insecticide that is banned or restricted in most countries.