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“Why?” I hear you ask. To encourage dialogue with you, our audience. Each week, we’ll use this space to highlight content and share important community updates (if you have something to share, please email me directly). This month’s spectroscopy newsletter follows a fantastic interview with Peter Griffiths, as well as an audio tour of the myriad techniques behind David Goodsell’s biological artwork. I hope you enjoy them as much as we enjoyed piecing them together.

Until next time,
Matt Hallam, Editor (matthew.hallam@texerepublishing.com).

 
SPECTROSCOPY
A Series of Fortunate Events
07/16/2020 | Lauren Robertson
Memoirs of a spectroscopist: Peter Griffiths talks us through his meteoric career and the moments that defined it
MASS SPECTROMETRY
Art Imitating Life
06/24/2020 | Matthew Hallam
Immerse yourself in our audio tour of David Goodsell's biological artwork portfolio
SPECTROSCOPY
A Matter of Precision (Spectroscopy)
07/24/2020 | Lauren Robertson
A new high-precision spectroscopy method could help solve the mysteries surrounding matter in our universe
BUSINESS
Business in Brief
07/23/2020 | Lauren Robertson
A roundup of this month’s business news, from virtual product launches to industry buyouts adjusted for the COVID-19 era
 
Webinar
Working with infrared microscopes?

Join us on August 20 for our webinar with Bruker exploring some of the recent innovations in infrared microscopy that enable unmatched research capabilities in this field. Find out more

 
Application Notes
Visualizing Structural Changes in Batteries Using Hard Radiation and the GaliPIX3D Detector

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NIR and Dairy Spectroscopy

The value of Near-infrared in the dairy industry. Read more

 
Product Profile
WITec alpha300 apyron – Fully Automated Raman Imaging Microscope

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Our new automated Raman microscope can self-align and self-calibrate for speed and consistency. Its AutoBeam components introduce optical capabilities, enhanced configurability and remote operation. Read more

The Power List 2020 - Around the world in 70 Analysts!

Nominations for The Analytical Scientist Power List 2020 are now OPEN! We’re celebrating analytical achievement across the four corners of the globe by featuring 10 leading researchers from each continent. Nominate today!

 
Events to Watch Out for in 2020

We work with event organizers from all around the world to help bring the analytical science community together, from large congresses to intimate meetings that fit around a table. Discover some of the events that we partner with and and stay up-to-date with the latest developments.

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