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105 search results for ‘nanoparticle’

Andrew deMello

highlights include the first demonstrations of microfluidic combinatorial chemistry, chip-based nanoparticle synthesis, continuous flow PCR, the application of high-contract fluorescence lifetime imaging

Bo Zhang

List! Emphasis : “Fluorescence-Enabled Electrochemical Microscopy for Imaging Neurons and Single Nanoparticle Electrocatalysis.” Triumph : “The development and use of fluorescence-enabled electrochemical

Christy Haynes

project for agricultural applications is coming to fruition (literally)! We’ve been designing nanoparticles to controllably transform and release nutrients that promote healthy crop growth following uptake

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

Bio Surfing

| Stephanie Sutton

How to compare and contrast biosensor performance

Christy Haynes

analytical chemistry methods further into the sphere of personalized or precision medicine or nanoparticle-enabled biomedical technology for diagnosis and therapy.

Fields & Applications Mass Spectrometry

Landmark Literature: Part II

| Koen Sandra, Liam Heaney, Julian Tyson, Christopher Mulligan, Vassilia Zorba

Five more analytical science experts to select a 2017 paper that stood out from the crowd

Fields & Applications Spectroscopy

Air & Water

| Rich Whitworth

From galactic dark matter detectors to seaside spectroscopy, analytical scientists know no bounds.

Techniques & Tools Mass Spectrometry

In the FFF Hot Seat

| Christoph Johann

Christoph Johann, founder and MD of Wyatt Technology Europe, the company that originally introduced field-flow fractionation (FFF) instrumentation to Europe’s analytical scientists, looks at the history of the technique and shares his involvement with the field.

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Working Like a Dog

| Joanna Cummings

A new portable sensor could sniff out trapped humans in search and rescue missions

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

Driving SERS into the Clinic

| Mustafa Culha

Raman spectroscopy has evolved into a powerful characterization technique for many applications. What more needs to be done to make it effective in clinical analysis?

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