There is no difference in the spectral signature of hydrogen and antihydrogen, according to the ALPHA experiment at CERN.
Researchers from Umeå University in Sweden have described a new method based on molecular spectroscopy to study biochemical changes that occur in the pancreas during the development of diabetes.
Bruker and their partner Diagnosticum are forming the Hungarian Wine Consortium to develop a new programme to authenticate and identify Hungarian wines.
A new method, using deep-ultraviolet continuum pulses, has been developed to efficiently measure electron transfer in dye-sensitised, transition-metal oxide photovoltaics.
Scientists from the EU’s Joint Research Centre (JRC) have carried out a multi-year study based on comparative metabolomics combined with chemometrics on carrots coming from different agronomic environments. The results highlight the potential of metabolomics fingerprinting for organic food authentication purposes.
Karlsruhe Institute of Technology are developing a new compact accelerator, the FLUTE accelerator, which will be used for the development of new accelerator technologies for compact and powerful terahertz sources that can serve as efficient research and application tools.
A new method for residual solvent characterisation using gas chromatography-vacuum ultraviolet spectroscopy reduces analysis time and specificty.
PANalytical has appointed Aimil Ltd as the authorised representative for ASD NIR products in India.
For the first time, researchers have succeeded in establishing the relationships between 200-million-year-old plants using infrared spectroscopy and statistical analysis of organic molecules in fossil leaves.
A non-destructive, quality control method based on Raman spectroscopy and developed by the National Physical Laboratory (NPL) is helping to commercialise wafer-scale fabrication technology for the 2D material MoS2.