Mass spectrometry imaging provides highly precise information on the spatial distribution of substances. Researchers at the University of Bayreuth have succeeded in making visible an additive in dairy products and a production-related contamination in baked goods.
Researchers successfully performed prolonged TERS imaging of µm-scale tungsten disulfide samples without signal degradation
Native ambient mass spectrometry can analyse how drug molecules bind to proteins in tissue samples and could offer an improved route to drug discovery and development.
Headwall Photonics has acquired perClass BV, the developer of the perClass Mira® spectral analysis software package.
And receives a surprise painting very much in the Raman theme.
A review of and prediction for the development of chip-based optical spectrometers.
Thermo Fisher Scientific and TransMIT GmbH Center for Mass Spectrometric Developments have announced a co-marketing agreement to promote the use of a mass spectrometry imaging (MSI) platform for spatial multi-omics applications in pharma and clinical labs.
The Gordon F. Kirkbright and Edward Steers awards are seeking nominations.
GHGSat has equipped its existing satellite constellation with three more ABB-built optical sensors, increasing the frequency of observations and capacity to precisely pinpoint the source of methane emissions.
NIREOS has been awarded a European Union grant to develop a new imaging camera based on time-domain Fourier transform spectroscopy.
The first local managing director for Shimadzu Denmark, Joachim Holm, has been appointed.
Terahertz imaging and signal processing techniques to look beneath the corroded surface of a 16th-century lead funerary cross.
Researchers at Samsung developed a novel approach to inspect and measure the critical dimensions of semiconductor devices using hyperspectral imaging, with higher speed and resolution than conventional methods.
A team from the University of Geneva has succeeded in visualising crystal nucleation with Raman microspectroscopy that was invisible until now.
Computational imaging technologies have substantially reduced the costs of imaging systems and at the same time significantly improved their performances. Use of a Lucy-Richardson-Rosen computational reconstruction method with infrared microspectroscopy has produced 3D images.
As an industry partner, HORIBA will co-create, support and mentor a four-year research project to explore how spectroscopy can help drive new methods of cell screening and disease diagnosis based on animal-free research.
Serial sectioning of pharmaceutical tablets with spectral mapping has enabled full visualisation of the three-dimensional (3D) microstructure of a tablet system to be achieved.
Synchrotron FT-IR microspectroscopy has been used to study the side effects of typical tooth whitening treatments, based on oxidation, compared to a new treatment developed by the authors through reduction.
The authors of a new review article believe that they have found a new and better way to categorise deep-learning-based spectral imaging and review it.
New machine-learning methods based on laboratory soil hyperspectral data can supply estimates of soil organic carbon with the same accuracy as lab-based methods.