Infrared microscopy can automatically detect the type of intestinal tumour within 30 minutes. These results are then used to make targeted therapy decisions.
Analytik Jena plans to celebrate the anniversary with their customers, partners and employees in a special way. Thirty selected stories from customers, partners and employees will be published throughout the year.
The presence of kaolinite haloes surrounding ancient fossils is believed to have kept destructive bacteria at bay, stopping decay. The small molecular differences of the clay were analysed with the synchrotron infrared microbeam at Diamond Light Source.
A new type of imaging system for use in agriculture, designed to be far less expensive than existing technology, is being developed in a partnership between Scottish academics and industry.
Vibrational circular dichroism spectroscopy has been applied the VCD method to supramolecular systems.
CERN’s nuclear-physics facility, ISOLDE, has succeeded in performing the first ever laser-spectroscopy measurements of a short-lived radioactive molecule, radium monofluoride.
Alison Ashcroft and Ron Heeren have been awarded 2020 Thomson Medals.
Electron microscopy and Raman spectroscopy have shown the mechanism by which microorganisms are able to extract water from the rocks they colonise.
Using a smartphone camera and spectral super-resolution spectroscopy, anaemia and blood disorders can be assessed outside the lab.
The interplanar bond strength of graphene has been evaluated by measuring the elastic constant of graphite, demonstrating that the elastic constant of monocrystalline graphite was above 45 GPa, higher than conventionally believed.
Synchrotron-generated X-rays can be used to probe what happens when liquids solidify into disordered solids, a process that has puzzled physicists for decades.
Bruker is partnering with the Australian National Phenome Centre which has launched a major research and diagnostics project to better understand COVID-19.
The COVID-19 MS Coalition of more than 500 scientists from around the world has been created to share data on COVID-19 gleaned from the use of mass spectrometry techniques to examine people’s blood and other biomarkers.
Researchers from Daegu Gyeongbuk Institute of Science and Technology have used SIMS to visualise up to tens of different proteins simultaneously in the same cell.
A sandwich of molybdenum, sulfur and selenium turns out to be well suited as a SERS substrate.
XANES has helped explain how ultramarine paint was traditionally made and offered an insight into the problem of “ultramarine disease” suffered by some paintings.
The multiplexed enhanced protein dynamics (mePROD) mass spectrometry method helps show how a SARS-CoV-2 infection changes the human host cells.
A type of photothermal spectroscopy is being used to measure thermal energy to understand more about the processes of energy-converting systems like leaves during photosynthesis.
Researchers from the University of Konstanz have observed in real time the molecular processes that take place at DNA strand breaks by means of infrared spectroscopy.
Congratulations to Yuki Ozaki on the announcement of his latest award.