Latest Raman spectroscopy Stories
One of the chief concerns at any crime scene investigation is avoiding contamination of forensic evidence. A new study has established a new method of identifying the brand of lipstick someone was wearing at a crime scene without removing the evidence from its bag.
Scientists from Washington University in St. Louis will take to the Atacama desert to try out their latest laser technology for a Mars mission.
Using an enhanced form of "chemical microscopy" developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST), researchers there have shown that they can peer into the structure of blended polymers, resolving details of the molecular arrangement at sub-micrometer levels.
Called BRIGHTs, the tiny probes described in the online issue of Advanced Materials on Nov. 15, bind to biomarkers of disease and, when swept by an infrared laser, light up to reveal their location.
Enhanced local electric fields are predominant in nonlinear optical properties, particularly in surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS), which is a sensitive technique used for the detection of trace amounts of chemicals.
Scientists at Vienna University of Technology have found a way to detect chemicals over long distances, even if they are enclosed in containers.
Tornado Medical Systems launches its high resolution slit-less HyperFlux spectrometer product line at Photonics West.
Company selected into program to bring commercial viability for Coded Aperture Spectroscopy in analysis and quantification of cardiac biomarkers Morrisville,
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