Non-invasive brain imaging has helped researchers to diagnose hearing impairments in infants and prescribe the most effective treatment as early as possible.
TOPTICA has introduced wavelengths at 445 and 447 nm into its TopMode single-frequency diode laser series, suitable for high-resolution Raman spectroscopy, microlithography, multi-wavelength digital holography and interferometry.
South Korean scientists have developed what they claim to be the world's first technology to rapidly and highly sensitively detect microplastics in the field.
Researchers constantly seek advanced technologies to better understand the intricacies of proteins, and one such groundbreaking innovation is the RedShiftBio Aurora Microfluidic Modulation Spectroscopy (MMS) System.
Dr Woojeong Kim, a passionate researcher in the field of food science and engineering, shares her journey and contributions made in the realm of food research.
A new technology has been deployed to quite literally shed further light on an age-old question: what are the origins of life on Earth?
With the ability to measure Raman spectra in the fingerprint and high-frequency regions, the devices allow for the analysis of the chemical composition of both solid and liquid samples.
Researchers have upgraded a breathalyser based on Nobel Prize-winning frequency comb technology and combined it with machine learning to detect SARS-CoV-2 infection.
JEOL's Cryogen Reclamation System offers a convenient and effective way to manage and maintain an NMR instrument's cryogen levels.
The technology makes it possible to obtain complete characterisations of the chemical composition of the sample being analysed.
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Microfluidic modulation spectroscopy (MMS) is a new technique that should make it easier to exploit the inherent advantages of IR spectroscopy for measurements of secondary structure.
The system delivers simple microwave sample preparation needed as a first step in any successful trace elemental analysis workflow.
The FT/IR-4X is the entry-level model in the latest JASCO FTIR range (FT/IR-4/6/8X). These benchtop instruments are both powerful and compact in size.
Researchers have been able to extend the application range of ZULF NMR with the help of an inexpensive, rapid and versatile method of hyperpolarisation.