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Most powerful dual-comb spectrometer developed

System paves the way for many applications

30-May-2022

Scientists from Hamburg and Munich developed the world's most powerful dual-comb spectrometer that paves the way for many applications in atmospheric science and biomedical diagnostics, such as early cancer detection. The work has recently been published in Nature Communications. The core part of ...

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Fagron acquires majority share of Fraunhofer IPMS’ spin-off HiperScan

02-May-2022

Fagron, a leading global company active in pharmaceutical compounding, announced on April 14th the acquisition of HiperScan, the German market leader for reliable raw material identification in pharmacies. HiperScan is a spin-off of Fraunhofer IPMS and the German market leader for reliable and ...

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Snapshot measurement of single nanostructure’s circular dichroism

29-Mar-2022

The 3D conformation of a molecule or nanostructure determines its function. For instance, a left-handed amino acid can be beneficialtohealth, while its right-handed compartment can be toxic. With today’s optical imaging techniques, one can accurately locate a molecule or a nanostructure, but ...

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A useful application for a quantum processor: The improvement of spectroscopy measurements

Device can solve real-world problems, which can’t be worked out with standard processors

18-Feb-2022

Researchers from the University of Warsaw have built the first quantum processor in Poland and are putting it to use in spectroscopy. They’ve demonstrated how quantum information processing can efficiently provide information on matter hidden in light. Several years ago, physicists from the ...

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Neutrinos are lighter than 0.8 electron volts

KATRIN experiment with new world record for precision measurements

16-Feb-2022

The international KArlsruhe TRItium Neutrino Experiment (KATRIN), located at Karlsruhe Institute of Technology (KIT), has broken an important "barrier" in neutrino physics which is relevant for both particle physics and cosmology. Based on data published in the prestigious journal Nature Physics, ...

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An electronic rainbow – perovskite spectrometer by inkjet printing

04-Jan-2022

Researchers from Innovation Lab HySPRINT at Helmholtz-Zentrum Berlin (HZB) and Humboldt Universität zu Berlin (HU) have used an advanced inkjet printing technique to produce a large range of photodetector devices based on a hybrid perovskite semiconductor. By mixing of only three inks, the ...

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Detailed insights into the composition of organic liquids

Startup trinamiX expands NIR spectroscopy portfolio by transmission solution

10-Nov-2021

trinamiX GmbH, a wholly owned subsidiary of BASF SE, is presenting the latest addition to their pioneering portfolio: A portable solution to grant institutions and companies immediate insights into the molecular composition of liquids. trinamiX has once more successfully transformed the ...

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Easy detection of materials

Low-cost, mobile near-infra-red spectrometer provides information about different substances

14-Jun-2021

Sugar or sweetener? Cotton or wool? Fake or genuine? At first glance, the average consumer finds it hard to tell the substances that food or textile products actually contain. Equipment which uses infra-red measurement to identify materials can provide quick answers to these questions, though. ...

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Using magnetic microparticles to mark objects unambiguously and tackle counterfeiting

‘Smart rust is cheap to make and ecologically sound’

10-Jun-2021

We can only guarantee that objects are manufactured in an environmentally friendly, socially sustainable way and recycled correctly if all raw materials and intermediate products are marked unambiguously using a tamper-proof method. The current optical (barcode) and electromagnetic (RFID chip) ...

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New ion trap to create the world's most accurate mass spectrometer

Higher accuracy for biological samples and complex mixtures

01-Feb-2021

Mass spectrometers are widely used to analyze highly complex chemical and biological mixtures. Skoltech scientists have developed a new version of a mass spectrometer that uses rotation frequencies of ionized molecules in strong magnetic fields to measure masses with higher accuracy (FT ICR). The ...

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