Latest Raman scattering Stories
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Harvard scientists push SRS microscopy to new levels of spatial, temporal precision.
A paper by researchers at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) may breathe new life into the use of a powerfulâ€”but trickyâ€”diagnostic technique for cell biology.
Using nanotechnology and a patented signal enhancing technique developed at the University of Georgia, UGA researchers have discovered a rapid, sensitive and cost-effective method to detect and identify a number of rotavirus strains and genotypes in less than one minute with greater than 96 percent accuracy.
Engineers and applied physicists have laid the foundations for a new type of "plug and play" laser -- the Raman injection laser -- and in the process, several key innovations in laser technology. The device combines the advantages of nonlinear optical devices and semiconductor injection lasers with a compact design, and may one day lead to wide-ranging applications in imaging and detection.
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