UV and Visible Spectroscopy News
The first local managing director for Shimadzu Denmark, Joachim Holm, has been appointed.
A type of optical fibre with a refractive index that varies continuously across the fibre structure has been shown to yield a dramatic increase in supercontinuum power, while still preserving a smooth beam intensity profile.
Process Insights has acquired Guided Wave, which will join Process Insights’ existing broad portfolio of brands and technologies for process analytics, monitoring and control.
Quantum mechanically entangled light particles allow a glimpse into previously invisible wavelength ranges, thus bringing about new possibilities for imaging techniques, microscopy and spectroscopy.
Spectral imaging can be used as a non-destructive tool to quickly identify poultry products beyond their recommended “use-by” date and predict the number of days poultry products have been stored.
As a UvA professor, she will focus primarily on the application of molecular spectroscopy for the study of historic paints and their degradation.
The New York/New Jersey Section of the Society for Applied Spectroscopy are seeking nominations for their 2022 Gold Medal Award.
Shimadzu has appointed Jürgen Semmler as the new Managing Director of its European organisation. He previously headed Shimadzu Deutschland since its foundation in 2006.
An international team of researchers has demonstrated a new concept for the generation of intense extreme-ultraviolet radiation by high-harmonic generation which enables a much smaller footprint.
Transmission grating and OEM spectrometer manufacturer Ibsen Photonics celebrates 30 years in business.
An international team of scientists have achieved giant non-linearity of UV hybrid light-matter states up to room temperature in a waveguide made of AlInGaN.
Multi-spectroscopy analytical approach provides important information for preservation of Picasso paintings.
Applications are invited for two awards administered by the ABS Trust.
Wasatch Photonics achieves ISO 9001:2015 certification for their volume phase holographic diffraction gratings facility.
Scientists from the University of Stuttgart report on the construction and performance of a µm-sized spectrometer: far smaller than a smartphone camera!
Researchers have developed a method to modify the spectral width of extreme-ultraviolet light. By employing a novel phase-matching scheme in four-wave mixing, they can compress the spectral width of the initial broadband light by more than hundred times.
Strong investment in photonics will help us fight infectious diseases that kill an unimaginable number of people and prepare us against future pandemics, says Dr Jürgen Popp of the Leibniz Center for Photonics in Infection Research (LPI) that is currently under construction in Jena.
Researchers have developed a new imaging spectrometer that is much lighter and smaller than state-of-the-art instruments while maintaining the same high level of performance. Because of its small size and modular design, the new instrument has obvious applications to airborne vehicles and even planetary exploration missions.
New virtual format for the 72nd Pittsburgh Conference.
Shimadzu opened a branch office in Denmark in September, providing local support.