Canadian hyperspectral imaging satellite company, Wyvern, has received an investment from Sustainable Development Technology Canada.
Synchrotron light is being used with FT-IR imaging to investigate the role of myelin in brain ageing.
2022 marks Hiden Analytical’s 40th year of continuous and independent operation in the field of mass spectrometry.
A portable, SERS-based breathalyser can distinguish volatile organic compounds in the breath of COVID-positive people in less than 5 min.
Waters has acquired the technology assets and intellectual property rights of Megadalton Solutions, a developer of charge detection mass spectrometry.
Hyperspectral imaging has been shown to detect stress when a plant takes up cadmium, which may lead to methods to keep the heavy within the soil and avoid potential pollution.
A research team has used x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy to observe charge motions in light-excited molecules of thiouracil, a modified nucleobase.
Emberion, a partner in the Graphene Flagship, has raised €6 million in funding to further develop their infrared imaging business including vis-SWIR cameras.
Researchers from the Medical University of South Carolina have used mass spectrometry imaging to study the efficacy and distribution of injected biomaterials for the treatment of heart attack.
fNIRS can determine impairment from cannabis intoxication and could be used as a “breathalyser” on drivers.
A research group at Eindhoven University of Technology has developed a new NIR sensor that is easy to make, comparable in size to sensors in smartphones and ready for immediate use in industrial process monitoring and agriculture.
KPM Analytics has acquired Bruins Instruments, a manufacturer of high-resolution near infrared reflectance and transmission analysers.
Researchers improve their scientific understanding of heterogeneous catalysis by imaging the gas just above the surface of the catalyst.
The fusion reflectance and transmission NIR spectra can improve predictions of the three main components of rice flour.
Wasatch Photonics and Nikalyte Ltd have announced a partnership to facilitate evaluation and testing of a novel surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) substrate for trace detection of materials.
Dr Christoph Mätzig, who is moving within the AMETEK Group and has taken over the management of the Ultra Precision Technologies division, will be succeeded by Michael Privik.
A team at the University of Oxford has developed a new type of blood test, using NMR metabolomics, that can be used to detect a range of cancers and whether these cancers have metastasised in the body.
Quantum mechanically entangled light particles allow a glimpse into previously invisible wavelength ranges, thus bringing about new possibilities for imaging techniques, microscopy and spectroscopy.
In situ Raman and X-ray absorption spectroscopy can track the dynamic catalytic processes, capture the short-lived intermediates and reveal reactive sites.
A new test for prostate cancer using Raman spectroscopy could be “pivotal” in providing more accurate diagnosis, easing the suffering of patients and saving lives.