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Spectroscopy

Techniques & Tools Sensors

Good As Gold

| Margot Lespade

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

Fields & Applications Forensics

Frontline Analysis in the War Against Spice

| Oliver Sutcliffe | 9 min read

How MANDRAKE gathers intelligence, shares information with the police and develops new technologies to combat the UK’s synthetic cannabinoid epidemic

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…

Fields & Applications Forensics

Bruker’s Bavarian Benchtop NMR

| James Strachan | 5 min read

Joerg Koehler explains how Bruker is working with Bavarian police to develop new spectroscopy-based tools for forensic narcotics analysis

Fields & Applications Environmental

Image of the Month: Around the World

| 3 min read

How imaging spectrometry could enable planetary-level, close-to-real-time biodiversity monitoring

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.

Fields & Applications COVID-19

After the Storm

| Claire Cannet, Manfred Spraul

The potential of NMR for risk assessment and long-term monitoring of long COVID-19

Fields & Applications Environmental

Microplastics: a Mega-Problem?

| Damia Barcelo | 4 min read

Our microplastics problem is snowballing and we need standardized analytical techniques to dissect the issue

Techniques & Tools Technology

What’s New in Spectroscopy?

| Margot Lespade

An innovative eye scanner, a novel water analysis technique, and the joining of Raman spectroscopy with principal component analysis…

Techniques & Tools Spectroscopy

The Key to Chirality

Is electronic circular dichroism-circularly polarized Raman the way forward for chirality detection?

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