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Sensors

Techniques & Tools Micro/Nano-scale

Ultra-Tiny but Ultra-Mighty

| Margot Lespade | 3 min read

Where ultra-mini spectrometers fit in the future of testing

Techniques & Tools Sensors

What’s New in Spectroscopy?

| Margot Lespade | 3 min read

NMR spectroscopy for sea turtle conservation, a new technique to monitor intracranial pressure and cannabis plant differentiation…

Techniques & Tools Liquid Chromatography

Four Become One: Simplifying mRNA Analysis

| Jonas Wege, Stephan Seiffert | 6 min read

A collaboration between Tosoh and Axolabs simplifies lipid nanoparticle mRNA vaccine analysis – condensing several techniques into a single method

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

What’s New in Spectroscopy?

| Margot Lespade | 3 min read

A new upgrade for NMR spectroscopy, coffee bean analysis and a promising breast cancer diagnosis method…

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Good As Gold

| Margot Lespade

Could a biosensor spun from gold be the future of wearable sensing technology?

Techniques & Tools Microscopy

What’s New in Spectroscopy?

| Margot Lespade | 2 min read

SERS for bacterial identification, an innovative tool in NASA’s “Search for life”, and a novel sensor to detect high-risk biomarkers…

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Exciting Times For… Spectroscopy: With Jean-Francois Masson

| Margot Lespade | 5 min read

The most exciting development in spectroscopy today? For Jean-Francois Masson, it’s point-of-need devices and the field of optophysiology.

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Research in Brief

| James Strachan

Unveiling the world beneath our feet, the right path for lithium, and an extended microscopy toolbox…

Techniques & Tools Capillary Electrophoresis

Understanding ESI

How exactly do neutral molecules become protonated in electrospray ionization mass spectrometry?

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Agents of Destruction

| Jonathan James

Introducing: a ratiometric sensor able to quantify nerve agents from chemical warfare and pesticides


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