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spectroscopyNOW.com - New Proteomics and MRI Channels Launched
spectroscopyNOW.com, the first dedicated spectroscopy portal, is rapidly growing to meet the needs of the constantly expanding field of spectroscopy research. This month two new channels are launched extending the breadth of information provided by this indispensable landmark resource. View News Article (2002-02-13)


Raman spectroscopy to undergo a UV transformation - New technique could help rapid detection of infecting organisms in hospitals and prove authenticity of foods such
Researchers at the University of Wales, Aberystwyth (UWA) are about to put ultra-violet Raman spectroscopy through its paces as a new technique for studying biological materials. Dr Roy Goodacre and colleagues in the Institute of Biological Sciences have been awarded a grant worth £306,291 by the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) to develop and to exploit... View News Article (2002-03-01)


MR spectroscopy significantly reduces need for breast biopsy
In a study featured in the June issue of Radiology, researchers found that imaging suspicious breast lesions with magnetic resonance (MR) spectroscopy reduced the need for biopsy by 58 percent. View News Article (2006-05-30)


Listening to ancient colors
A team of McGill chemists have discovered that a technique known as photoacoustic infrared spectroscopy could be used to identify the composition of pigments used in art work that is decades or even centuries old. Pigments give artist's materials colour, and they emit sounds when light is shone on them.  View News Article (2010-09-03)


Scientists find safer ways to detect uranium minerals
The threat of 'dirty' bombs and plans to use nuclear power as an energy source have driven Queensland University of Technology scientists to discover a new, safer way of detecting radioative contamination in the ground. View News Article (2006-11-22)


New forensic technique for analysing lipstick traces
A study by forensic scientists at the University of Kent has established a new way of identifying which brand of lipstick someone was wearing at a crime scene without removing the evidence from its bag, thereby avoiding possible contamination. View News Article (2013-08-09)


Improved technique determines structure in membrane proteins
Understanding the form and function of certain proteins in the human body is becoming faster and easier, thanks to the work of researchers at the University of Illinois.  View News Article (2008-08-18)


Researchers demonstrate single molecule absorption spectroscopy
A powerful new tool for probing molecular structure on surfaces has been developed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign. View News Article (2005-12-21)


New coil to make magnetic resonance (MR) imaging easier
Oxford University researchers have devised a novel coil design for magnetic resonance (MR) application, devised specifically for deep organ MR where sensitive imaging and spectroscopy have been previously difficult. Deep organ magnetic resonance requires maximised sensitivity and magnetic field homogeneity over a relatively large field of view (FOV). However, it is difficult to maximise both... View News Article (2003-01-24)


Protein structure determined in living cells
The function of a protein is determined both by its structure and by its interaction partners in the cell. Until now, proteins had to be isolated for analyzing them. View News Article (2009-03-05)

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