New spectroscopy instrument for high-sensitivity applications

Product launch from Netherlands-headquartered spectroscopy expert

Beam splitter option for customising spectrometer set-up

Avantes has an add-on providing the possibility of combining two light signals into one spectrometer or to split a light signal into two spectrometers

Inside Raman UK Seminar 2014

Renishaw’s Raman spectroscopy team will be hosting its next Inside Raman seminar on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th April 2014. Held at the Manchester Conference Centre, it will bring together Raman users and experts from a diverse range of applications.

Avantes expands their machine shop

Avantes, leading innovator in the field of spectroscopy, is proud to announce the expansion of their machine shop. The machine shop is located in their headquarters in The Netherlands. This expansion will allow for faster prototyping, more special products and easier upgrades.

Bruker announces a standardized NMR spectroscopy platform

Bruker announces a standardized nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy platform for its clinical and diagnostics partners that enables cost-effective, high-performance NMR clinical screening and IVD-by-NMR discovery, development and validation of novel NMR assays.

Graphene on its way to conquer Silicon Valley

Researchers of the Electronic Properties of Materials Group at the University of Vienna have now paved the way for the integration of graphene into the current silicide based technology.

Ocean Optics launches powerful new spectroscopy software

Ocean Optics has released OceanView spectroscopy software, combining powerful data processing capabilities with a clear graphical user interface for use with the company’s miniature spectrometers.

Spectroscopy technology developments

Jaine Weddell reports on the latest product and application developments in the spectroscopy sector

Dual-view atomic spectrometer

ICP-OES system runs Samples faster, uses less gas, says Agilent Technologies

Benchtop NMR spectroscopy

Dr Kevin Nott and Dr Andreas Bergner outline the potential of a benchtop nuclear magnetic resonance instrument for structural characterisation in the chemistry laboratory

Spectroscopic applications in multilabel readers

In the early days of multilabel readers (MLR), the main focus lay on luminescence, absorbance and fluorescence intensity measurements. Now spectroscopic techniques have dramatically extended their capabilities. Dr Frank Schleifenbaum and Bernd Hutter report

Replaceable slit spectrometers offer applications versatility

Precision laser-cut slit and aperture assemblies from Ocean Optics add flexibility to the company’s Jaz, Torus and QE65 Pro miniature spectrometers.

Pittcon announces short course program

The Pittcon Organizing Committee is pleased to announce the course listing for the 2014 Short Course program which runs March 1 through March 6, 2014. Short Courses are taught by industry experts; range from half-day up to two-day classes; and include beginner, intermediate, and advanced level curricula.

Gold ‘nanoprobes’ hold the key to treating killer diseases

Researchers at the University of Southampton, in collaboration with colleagues at the University of Cambridge, have developed a technique to help treat fatal diseases more effectively. Dr Sumeet Mahajan and his group at the Institute for Life Sciences at Southampton are using gold nanoprobes to identify different types of cells, so that they can use the right ones in stem cell therapies.

Ocean Optics goes mobile

Ocean Optics has released a mobile application for iOS devices to the Apple App Store.

Multichannel spectroscopy, for those special occasions

Avantes' miniature spectrometers are well known for their high resolution in a small package. However, sometimes you want a combination of a broad range with a high resolution and that's where the Avantes Multichannel spectrometers come in handy.

HPX-2000-HP-DUV high power xenon source for spectroscopy

The HPX-2000-HP-DUV Xenon Light Source is a powerful, 75-watt short-arc lamp ideal for UV-Vis absorbance spectroscopy and other applications where a high-intensity lamp is necessary.

Steeper, 'cheaper', Raman spectroscopy filters

In Raman spectroscopy applications, a laser beam is used to create Raman scattered light from a sample under test

Spectroscopy solutions for advanced metals characterisation

Thermo Fisher Scientific showcases solutions for advanced metals characterisation at CETAS 2011

Size and speed key to chromatography and spectroscopy advances

The latest releases in separation technology include a completely new approach to liquids analysis and advanced columns which focus on improving results and laboratory productivity. Sean Ottewell reports






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