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.
Air-lasing-assisted coherent Raman spectroscopy can provide quantitative measurement and simultaneous detection of two greenhouse gases, as well as the identification of CO2 isotopes.
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.
The Awards Committee of the Council for Near-Infrared Spectroscopy (CNIRS) is requesting nominations and submissions for four award categories.
Fraunhofer IAF has developed an integrable measurement system which uses machine vision to detect samples and verify them using laser-based infrared spectroscopy.
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.
Gamma-ray spectrometers, commonly used at nuclear power plants, can be repurposed to help discover ancient buildings or dinosaur bones.
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.
Researchers have developed a more accurate method to discover and document pervasive “forever” chemicals, which have been found in the blood of people and other animals across the globe.
Scientists at the Max Born Institute have managed to generate attosecond pulses at 100 kHz repetition rate. This enables new types of experiments in attosecond science.
IonSense, maker of the DART ionisation technology, has been acquired by Bruker. The deal provides financial investments to ramp up development of the DART technology.
Researchers say the surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy sensor combines accuracy levels approaching that of PCR testing with the speed of rapid antigen tests, and could be used for mass testing at airports, schools and hospitals.
Si-Ware has announced a partnership with NutriControl Analytical Solutions, a laboratory network based in the Netherlands serving the animal feed, dairy and food sectors.
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.
Using the Hyper-CEST NMR technique, researchers have revealed two previously little researched variants of a type of transport container from the class of metal–organic polyhedra (MOPs). This could lead to a novel type of MRI contrast agent.
Terahertz circular dichroism may be able to monitor chirality of pharmaceuticals and provide new information on biomolecules’ chirality.
A new CD spectrometer can measure single nanostructures and also be used for weak signal measurements, such as polarised luminescence or Raman scatterings.
A collaborative team of researchers combined a single-cell ICP-MS with XAFS to get a detailed picture of the interaction between precious metals and Galdieria sulphuraria cells.
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.