Researchers have integrated a photo-patterned liquid crystal into a dielectric metasurface to achieve achromatic and chromatic focusing with a single metalens.
Researchers at the Beckman Institute for Advanced Science and Technology have developed a new method to improve the detection ability of nanoscale chemical imaging using atomic force microscopy.
Infrared microscopy can automatically detect the type of intestinal tumour within 30 minutes. These results are then used to make targeted therapy decisions.
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.
Using a smartphone camera and spectral super-resolution spectroscopy, anaemia and blood disorders can be assessed outside the lab.
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.
Södra, a pulp producer in Sweden, is installing its second FITNIR analyser for online pulp liquor monitoring.
Applications are invited for these prestigious awards administered by the Association of British Spectroscopists (ABS) Trust.
A team of researchers from the Fraunhofer Institute for Applied Optics and Precision Engineering IOF in Jena has developed a quantum imaging solution that can produce detailed insights into tissue samples using extreme spectral ranges and less light.
A vis/NIR spectrometer developed by EU researchers allows food producers to better monitor their products for the presence of acrylamide.
A new research project in partnership between academia, companies and the Netherlands Forensic Institute to develop ways to chain analytical techniques together to gain complementary information.
Researchers working at the SOLEIL synchrotron facility have observed hydrogen in its metal phase for the first time.
Metabolic diseases such as diabetes and obesity are ever more common globally. In addition to genetic disposition, lifestyle contributes strongly to their prevalence. Precise monitoring methods are needed in order to, for example, evaluate how a change in diet or exercise affects disease and its metabolic characteristics.
FT-IR spectrometer being used on-board all-women sailing voyages investigating ocean plastic pollution causes and solutions.
Researchers at ETH Zurich have developed a chip-based, infrared spectrometer based on waveguides rather than an interferometer.
Using ultrashort pulsed laser technology, infrared and Raman spectroscopy can be performed simultaneously.
NIR spectroscopy has been used to detect the presence of cholesterol in the arteries of mummified people who lived thousands of years ago.
fNIRS could help diagnose pain in non-communicative patients.
Scientists have designed an ultra-miniaturised device that could perform spectral imaging on single cells without the need for a microscope or perform spectroscopic analysis from a smartphone.
Shimadzu has opened a branch office in Sweden, which will market Shimadzu’s full range of analytical instrumentation solutions.