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Spectroscopy is the study of the interaction between radiation (electromagnetic radiation, or light, as well as particle radiation) and matter.
Researchers describe atom-by-atom changes in ALS-linked protein

Researchers describe atom-by-atom changes in ALS-linked protein

Newly solved glucagon receptor structure provides most accurate template for drug design

Newly solved glucagon receptor structure provides most accurate template for drug design

Discovery of key protein’s structure may help improve drug design

Discovery of key protein’s structure may help improve drug design

TUM scientists discover new substance to fight against tuberculosis

TUM scientists discover new substance to fight against tuberculosis

Epigenetics: A New Tool for Forensic Detectives

Epigenetics: A New Tool for Forensic Detectives

‘Sushi-like’ nanodiscs provide structural snapshots of misfolding proteins

‘Sushi-like’ nanodiscs provide structural snapshots of misfolding proteins

Researchers explore how toxic protein clusters linked to Parkinson's disrupt brain cells

Researchers explore how toxic protein clusters linked to Parkinson's disrupt brain cells

Blood test using infrared spectroscopy can help detect two cancer types

Blood test using infrared spectroscopy can help detect two cancer types

Lemur study offers new insights into role of diet in shaping gut microbes

Lemur study offers new insights into role of diet in shaping gut microbes

Researchers discover ‘brake’ that interferes with HIV's development into infectious agent

Researchers discover ‘brake’ that interferes with HIV's development into infectious agent

Smartphone addiction may be responsible for an imbalance in the brain, study says

Smartphone addiction may be responsible for an imbalance in the brain, study says

VTT researcher develops disposable optical test substrate for microbial detection

VTT researcher develops disposable optical test substrate for microbial detection

Compact broadband NIRS system offers safe, non-invasive way to monitor newborn brain function

Compact broadband NIRS system offers safe, non-invasive way to monitor newborn brain function

Using AFM to study cancer cells

Using AFM to study cancer cells

Scientists explore role of nitric oxide in brain tissue in simulated ischemia

Scientists explore role of nitric oxide in brain tissue in simulated ischemia

Scientists identify new brain process that allows us to suppress unwanted thoughts

Scientists identify new brain process that allows us to suppress unwanted thoughts

VTT-originated Spectral Engines creates portable device for rapid screening of suspected drugs

VTT-originated Spectral Engines creates portable device for rapid screening of suspected drugs

Young hockey players may show post-concussion brain changes even after they return to play

Young hockey players may show post-concussion brain changes even after they return to play

Yale study finds reduced brain glucose levels in people with obesity, type 2 diabetes

Yale study finds reduced brain glucose levels in people with obesity, type 2 diabetes

Study finds brain chemical elevations in young people experiencing first episode of psychosis

Study finds brain chemical elevations in young people experiencing first episode of psychosis