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18 May 2021

The use of high-resolution secondary ion mass spectrometry imaging indicates that there may be up to 70 times more hydrogen in Earth’s core than in the oceans.

18 May 2021

Hitachi High-Tech Analytical Science has opened a new 4118 m2, high-tech manufacturing facility in Shanghai, China.

14 May 2021

Analysis of rare earth elements by mass spectrometry has been used for the first time to find human activity in a prehistoric cave.

13 May 2021

SCIEX will offer their customers Waters UPLC instruments as part of an LC-MS package.

12 May 2021

Researchers have come closer to unravelling the complicated optical response of wide-bandgap semiconductor multiple quantum wells and how atomic-scale lattice vibration can generate free space terahertz emission.

11 May 2021

Sensirion Holding AG has completed the acquisition of IRsweep AG, which develops, manufactures and supplies optical spectroscopy solutions based on QCL frequency comb technology in the mid-IR.

10 May 2021

For the development of drugs or vaccines against COVID-19, research needs virus proteins of high purity and the ability to determine their three-dimensional protein structures.

7 May 2021

Papers covering Raman imaging measurements on zebrafish embryos, meteorites and jet engine thermal barrier coatings have received recognition in the WITec Paper Award 2021.

6 May 2021

The free IDCube Lite software is an Interactive Discovery Cube that performs essential operations in hyperspectral data analysis to realise the full potential of spectral imaging.

6 May 2021

An international research collaboration has found that Raman microspectroscopy and Raman imaging can identify aneurysm-specific signs in elastic and collagen fibres of the aorta.

6 May 2021

Researchers at the University of South Australia have developed a hyperspectral imaging method for simultaneously grading almond quality and detecting potentially serious mycotoxin contamination in kernels.

5 May 2021

A method, based on nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy, allows for simulation and visualisation of magnetic-field-induced electron currents inside gold nanoparticles.

29 Apr 2021

The new approach, using LIBS analysis of skid marks from tyres, could provide law enforcement additional tools to track down drivers who flee a crime scene.

28 Apr 2021

A new concept, based on ICP-MS, for rapidly analysing for the presence of a virus from colds to coronaviruses has been proposed.

26 Apr 2021

The Talbot effect has been used to create an interference pattern with hard X-ray beams at a sub-nanometre wavelength (0.17 nm) enabling the study of nanoscale transport phenomena.

26 Apr 2021

A new ISO technical committee in this field has just been formed. ISO/TC 334, Reference materials, will develop standards related to the competent production and use of reference materials.

26 Apr 2021

Applied Photosphysics was founded from research by George Porter on uses of lasers for laser flash photolysis analysis of fast reactions in 1971.

26 Apr 2021

The InfinityLab LC/MSD iQ and the Ultivo Triple Quadrupole LC/MS systems have earned the Accountability, Consistency and Transparency label from My Green Lab.

26 Apr 2021

Battery electrodes, storage devices for gases and some catalyst materials have tiny functional pores that can accommodate atoms, ions and molecules. Anomalous small-angle X-ray scattering and X-ray absorption near-edge structure spectroscopy can show how the pores fill.

23 Apr 2021

The Geological Survey of Finland will be using the Epsilon Xflow X-ray fluorescence instrument from Malvern Panalytical to analyse the chemical composition of mine liquids in real-time.

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