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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.
Making first responders safer with new Mira DS handheld material identification system

Making first responders safer with new Mira DS handheld material identification system

New method developed to detect bacteria in food and water

New method developed to detect bacteria in food and water

Epigenetics: A New Tool for Forensic Detectives

Epigenetics: A New Tool for Forensic Detectives

VTT researcher develops disposable optical test substrate for microbial detection

VTT researcher develops disposable optical test substrate for microbial detection

Using AFM to study cancer cells

Using AFM to study cancer cells

New device can monitor mitochondria in the heart to predict cardiac arrest

New device can monitor mitochondria in the heart to predict cardiac arrest

New diagnostic tool uses near-infrared light to spot patients at risk of heart attacks and strokes

New diagnostic tool uses near-infrared light to spot patients at risk of heart attacks and strokes

Research may offer brand-new tool for early diagnosis for lethal melanomas

Research may offer brand-new tool for early diagnosis for lethal melanomas

Characterizing the Brain - Cell by Cell

Characterizing the Brain - Cell by Cell

Researchers develop first sensor that can identify IBD and distinguish between two subtypes

Researchers develop first sensor that can identify IBD and distinguish between two subtypes

New graphene system can detect activity levels of interfaced normal and cancer cells

New graphene system can detect activity levels of interfaced normal and cancer cells

Study shows the use of Renishaw inVia™ microscope in prostate cancer detection

Study shows the use of Renishaw inVia™ microscope in prostate cancer detection

New approach could revolutionize manufacturing of single-crystal printed electronics

New approach could revolutionize manufacturing of single-crystal printed electronics

How could emerging technologies impact cancer care?

How could emerging technologies impact cancer care?

Renishaw launches unique healthcare facility at Miskin site in South Wales

Renishaw launches unique healthcare facility at Miskin site in South Wales

Researchers show porous silicon nanoparticles could be harmless to diagnose and treat cancer

Researchers show porous silicon nanoparticles could be harmless to diagnose and treat cancer

Studying blood stored in plastic blood bags with Renishaw’s inVia™ Raman microscopy

Studying blood stored in plastic blood bags with Renishaw’s inVia™ Raman microscopy

Raman spectroscopic technique helps detect unique cellular changes that occur following radiation

Raman spectroscopic technique helps detect unique cellular changes that occur following radiation

University of Colorado Boulder combines Raman spectroscopy and nanoindentation for improved materials characterisation

University of Colorado Boulder combines Raman spectroscopy and nanoindentation for improved materials characterisation

Researchers demonstrate novel method for imaging engineered nanoparticles in tissues

Researchers demonstrate novel method for imaging engineered nanoparticles in tissues