Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D

Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D

Feature Writer

Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, M.Chem. Chemistry

Dr. Rebecca Ingle is a researcher in the field of ultrafast spectroscopy, where she specializes in using X-ray and optical spectroscopies to track precisely what happens during light-triggered chemical reactions. Her enthusiasm for science communication led to her starting as a science writer during her undergraduate, and since then she has contributed to numerous magazines, blogs, and newspapers. She particularly loves writing about all things lasers and optics.

Articles from Rebecca

Twisting Light and the Future of Quantum Computing Technology

How LEDs Could Detect Off-Food in your Fridge and Make Emergency Response Safer

Producing Clear Images Through Dirty Water: Important Applications

Exploring the Use of Lasers to Simultaneously Cook and 3D-Print Food

Canceling the Noise: Revolutionizing Space and Fiber Communication with Compact Amplifiers

Using Fiber-Optics to Track Ice Sheet Movement

Graphene Oxide Breakthrough using Transmission Electron Microscopy

Detecting Microplastics with Raman Microscopy and FTIR Spectroscopy

Raman Spectroscopy: Potential in Analyzing Hydrogels

Cutting Through Ice with ICESat-2's Space Lasers to Track Arctic Melting

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