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Shuming Nie

moment My proudest moment came 20 years ago, when my student Steve Emory and I discovered “hot” nanoparticles that were able to amplify the efficiency of surface-enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) by 14–15 [...] development of semiconductor quantum dots, plasmonic nanostructures, and smart stimuli-responsive nanoparticle imaging probes.

Yi-Tao Long

cal measurement methods to analyze the characteristics and dynamics of individual molecules, nanoparticles, and cells – pushing the limits of detection to the single-molecule level. Nominator comment: [...] idth instruments for nanoelectrochemistry, and electrochemical sensing and imaging of single nanoparticles and cells.

Evaluating a Novel Approach to SERS

| Contributed by Wasatch Photonics

Surface enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS), first discovered in the 1970’s, has long offered the promise of sensitive detection of trace analytes

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Ultrasensitive Detection of Mercury: Beyond FRET

| Sponsored by Ocean Optics

Rapid screening for total mercury content of water, soils and fish takes to the field

Fields & Applications Sample Preparation

Automated particle size with Zetasizer NanoSampler

The Zetasizer NanoSampler is a sample delivery system that ensures highly precise and reproducible automated loading of samples into your Zetasizer Nano for particle size measurements. The NanoSampler adds automation and unattended operation in a versatile, compact package, maximising the productivity of your Zetasizer Nano.

Richard Zare

University, California, USA Research : cell imprinting, reaction dynamics, mass spectroscopy, nanoparticles.

Detlef Günther

My students. Exciting recent advance: The reference-free quantification (size and number) of nanoparticles. Research goal: Improving our understanding of fundamental analytical processes in the hope of

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Non-invasive Prostate Cancer Screening

| Stephanie Sutton

Can SERS accurately detect the early stages of the most common male cancer?

David Giljohann

AuraSense Therapeutics LLC, Skokie, IL, USA. Emphasis : We are developing biofunctionalized nanoparticles for gene regulation and detection. Our “Smart-Flares” are now being sold commercially by Merc

Fields & Applications Clinical

Gone Fishing

| Sanjiv “Sam” Gambhir

A magnetic wire inserted into a vein captures circulating tumor cells and cell-free tumor DNA

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