FT-IR spectroscopy and tandem mass spectrometry have identified human blood and bird egg proteins in red paint covering a 1000-year-old gold mask from Peru.
The ability to combine and recombine solitons opens new applications in spectroscopy and materials processing.
In a study that used inorganic, physical and analytical chemistry to mimic respiratory droplets that can carry viruses, researchers demonstrated a mechanism that enables multiple mask materials to be protective.
Charge detection mass spectrometry enhances traditional mass spectrometry in detecting larger molecules such as coronaviruses.
Researchers at Empa in Switzerland have developed a simple device to visualise SWIR radiation.
Spectral imaging can be used as a non-destructive tool to quickly identify poultry products beyond their recommended “use-by” date and predict the number of days poultry products have been stored.
FACSS have recognised Roy Goodacre with the 2021 Charles Mann Award for Applied Raman Spectroscopy.
As a UvA professor, she will focus primarily on the application of molecular spectroscopy for the study of historic paints and their degradation.
The New York/New Jersey Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy are seeking nominations for their 2022 Gold Medal Award.
MS monitoring of phycobiliproteins, which are protein complexes abundant within cyanobacteria, has enabled simple mass spectral fingerprints to be determined that are unique to each species.
Fluorescence spectroscopy can identify contaminated drinking water and so reduce the spread of deadly diarrhoeal diseases by enabling communities to take action more quickly to limit exposure.
Raman spectroscopy and machine learning to understand the complex changes in tumours after immunotherapy. It has the potential to transform clinical methods for predicting therapy response.
Rapiscan Systems are to distribute Metrohm handheld Raman spectrometer products to the security market under a non-exclusive agreement.
Attosecond transient absorption spectroscopy can track the movement of electrons at a specific site of a molecule, which permits tracing the evolution of the molecular system with spatial resolution at the atomic scale.
NMR spectroscopy and other analytical techniques were used in the study of the binding of EGCG, a green tea compound that may increase levels of p53, a natural anti-cancer protein.
A deep neural network has been developed to analyse NMR data faster and with the same accuracy as human experts.
Hyperspectral imaging has been used to develop a system to identify the change of salmon’s adaptation to salt water: smoltification
BrightSpec has announced the start of operation of a broadband Molecular Rotational Resonance spectrometer at BASF’s research centre in Ludwigshafen, Germany.
New partnerships to accelerate Rockley’s development of real-time, non-invasive biomarker sensing across a range of medical uses.
A recent review paper discuss photoluminescence control by hyperbolic metamaterials and metasurfaces.