University of South Australia scientists have used mass spectrometry imaging to identify signs of osteoarthritis.
Tohoku University researchers have improved a method for probing semiconducting crystals with light to detect defects and impurities.
Multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging of the prostate is a promising tool for diagnosing prostate cancer.
The combination of Raman spectroscopy and stimulated Raman scattering microscopy is allow the metabolic processes within cancer cells to be probed.
Oxford Instruments plc and Bruker Corporation have announced that they have reached a settlement on a patent related issue with Bruker’s Cube product.
A research team at Kiel University has developed new NMR methods for investigating paramagnetic complexes and supramolecular cages.
Using spatial encoding of multidimensional data, an ultrafast DEXSY experiment has been developed in which the data can be collected in a single scan.
Researchers investigating catalyst materials used in the production of gasoline from simple hydrocarbons, such as methanol, have made a new and unexpected discovery that could help to reduce the cost, and environmental impact, of the process.
Researchers combined AFM-IR and TERS to study the surfaces and interiors of viruses.
Researchers have used GC-MS to identify key aroma compounds in dog food that seem to be the most appealing to canines.
Researchers from the University of St Andrews have developed a new type of spatially offset Raman spectroscopy (SORS) to accurately measure the authenticity of some of the world’s most exclusive whiskies without opening the bottle.
Researchers have been able to fully identify the nature of oxidised oxygen in the important battery material, Li-rich NMC, using RIXS and 17O MAS NMR spectroscopies.
Researchers present concept for a new technique to study superheavy elements combining laser spectroscopy with ion-mobility mass spectrometry.
This proteomics approach enables the identification of small molecule drug targets in complex proteomes and the analysis of their binding properties across species and drug target classes.
Waveguide-based SERS analysis could allow high-throughput, chip-based screening for protease inhibitors.
Researchers at Texas A&M University have invented a new technology that can drastically reduce the size of instrumentation used for Raman spectroscopy.
The current state-of-the-art IR spectroscopy method can make approximately 1 million observations per second. University of Tokyo researchers have developed a new method about 100× faster.
The French Chemometrics Society award is given in honour of the late Professor Jean-Pierre Huvenne for his early contribution to chemometrics in vibrational spectroscopy in France and is open to PhD students worldwide.
Marine pollutants are taken up by corals directly from seawater as well as through accumulation in their food shows research from KAUST using cavity ring-down spectroscopy. This is the first time the approach has been used to measure pollutant accumulation.
The mass of microplastics in the Atlantic Ocean has been significantly underestimated.