A new X-ray technique developed at Cornell offers an unprecedented look at the elaborate inner workings of batteries while they are in use, and is already yielding important findings for the development of next-generation energy storage.
A research team from the Dalian Institute of Chemical Physics has unravelled the surface hydroxyl network on In2O3 nanoparticles with high-field ultrafast magic angle spinning nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy.
Scientists from Russia and France have won a grant from the Russian Ministry of Science and Higher Education for international research groups. Together they are designing a new approach to analysing which gases in the atmosphere using terahertz spectroscopy and AI.
The First Student meeting of the Coblentz Society and NE & NY Society for Applied Spectroscopy (SAS) Sections invites submissions from PhD students from across the world working in all fields of vibrational spectroscopy.
A predictive model based on magnetic resonance spectroscopy can detect lung cancer from alterations in blood metabolites. The discovery paves the way for early-stage lung cancer screening, which may dramatically improve survival rates.
University of Adelaide scientists have developed a new mid-infrared spectroscopy method to detect and measure very low concentrations of agricultural lime in soils.
Researchers from the Chinese Academy of Sciences have discovered a new ionisation phenomenon known as triboionisation in a discontinuous atmospheric pressure interface (DAPI).
Scientists at the Max-Planck Institute of Quantum Optics have moved holography forward by implementing it with optical frequency combs.
The two foods both derive from duck livers, and are similar in overall structure and their differing fat distribution, as determined by CARS, provides a window into how fat affects texture.
A novel biosensor based on aptamer-combined surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS) has been developed to detect inflammatory microRNA-122 (miR-122) in cell-secreted exosomes.
The first demonstration of direct fs-pulse emission from a quantum cascade laser in the mid-infrared region paves the path towards novel applications of ultrashort laser pulses.
Dr Ellen Adams aims to use the latest terahertz technologies to decipher biophysical processes of interfaces in the cell interior in her new role in Dresden.
Sir Martin Wood, founder of Oxford Instruments died on 23 November at the age of 94 after a short illness.
Raman spectral biomarkers and a diagnostic algorithm enable the non-invasive and early diagnosis of bacterial infections in crop plants helping plant disease management and agricultural productivity.
Raman and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopies and X-ray diffraction have shown the underlying mechanisms leading to failure of energy storage devices.
NIR spectroscopy is used to monitor the drying of coated apple chips in an investigation to encourage their consumption by children.
A deeper understanding of how unwanted elements within bio-manufactured proteins bind to the molecules developed to remove them could help researchers make purity processes more efficient.
The agreement allows numares to exploit preliminary work of Oxford University on Multiple Sclerosis biomarkers for the development of an IVD test able to detect disease progression earlier.
Hungarian and German researchers have jointly developed a NMR method that reveals changes in the structure of proteins more efficiently and accurately than before.
The 2021 winner of the Karl Norris Award of the International Council for Near Infrared Spectroscopy is Professor Yukihiro Ozaki.