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In Raman spectroscopy, a laser is used to irradiate a sample. Almost all of the light is scattered in an elastic manner, meaning no change in energy occurs. However, a small percentage of light is scattered in an inelastic manner, known as Raman scattering. This process was first observed by Indian scientist Sir Chandrashekhara Venkata Raman in 1928.
Interdisciplinary team to develop a new physics-based technology for COVID-19 detection

Interdisciplinary team to develop a new physics-based technology for COVID-19 detection

Researchers develop new method to study the effect of long-term oxygen deficiency

Researchers develop new method to study the effect of long-term oxygen deficiency

Innovative crystal has many promising applications

Innovative crystal has many promising applications

Researchers show possibility of blending two incompatible components in one nanofiber

Researchers show possibility of blending two incompatible components in one nanofiber

Building a 3D scaffolding to monitor tumor growth in real time and controlled environments

Building a 3D scaffolding to monitor tumor growth in real time and controlled environments

Metrohm USA announces 8th annual Young Chemist Award winner

Metrohm USA announces 8th annual Young Chemist Award winner

Sartorius launches BioPAT Spectro for use with ambr systems and BIOSTAT STR

Sartorius launches BioPAT Spectro for use with ambr systems and BIOSTAT STR

New blood sugar tool could one day replace uncomfortable finger-prick test

New blood sugar tool could one day replace uncomfortable finger-prick test

Raman spectroscopy can be used to diagnose the state of thrombocytes in cardiovascular patients

Raman spectroscopy can be used to diagnose the state of thrombocytes in cardiovascular patients

Scientists secure funding to develop better methods for evaluation of topically applied drugs

Scientists secure funding to develop better methods for evaluation of topically applied drugs

Super fast novel device catches and identifies viruses

Super fast novel device catches and identifies viruses

New technique could lead to better diagnosis and effective tracking of Huntington’s disease

New technique could lead to better diagnosis and effective tracking of Huntington’s disease

Pittcon 2020 Short Course Registration Now Open

Pittcon 2020 Short Course Registration Now Open

Quick and simple method for identifying illicit drugs in powdered mixtures

Quick and simple method for identifying illicit drugs in powdered mixtures

Scientists are developing a new diagnostic tool for different types of breast cancers

Scientists are developing a new diagnostic tool for different types of breast cancers

Label-free multimodal imaging platform enables non-invasive study of cell cultures

Label-free multimodal imaging platform enables non-invasive study of cell cultures

Improved biosensor technology may lead to safe stem cell therapies for treating neurological disorders

Improved biosensor technology may lead to safe stem cell therapies for treating neurological disorders

Faster Identification of Bacterial Infections Using Raman Spectroscopy Could Save Lives

Faster Identification of Bacterial Infections Using Raman Spectroscopy Could Save Lives

Ancient bones and modern study methods add up to better science

Ancient bones and modern study methods add up to better science

'MasSpec Pen' could help distinguish between cancerous and healthy tissue during surgery

'MasSpec Pen' could help distinguish between cancerous and healthy tissue during surgery