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Non-destructive testing (NDT) in medical imaging has been revolutionized with advances in information technology, laboratory equipment & techniques like X-ray microscopy.
Semiconductor lasers use a similar process of light discharge as LEDs (light-emitting diodes), and cause laser oscillation by stimulating an electric current to a semiconductor.
In materials analysis, NDT methods, such as infrared thermography, are used to determine the physical properties of materials.
Thermo-optical analysis (TOA) is a quantitative analysis technique that can be used to determine the concentration of elemental carbon in a sample.
The recent introduction of a novel DNA microscopy technique developed by MIT researchers hopes to overcome current microscopy limitations for the visualization of genetic material.
Optical crystallography, also known as crystal optics, is the branch of science that focuses on the optical properties of crystals.
Only a small portion of the universe is visible to the naked eye and objects such as interstellar gas are invisible to optical telescopes, but become visible with infrared spectroscopy.
Due to its noninvasive nature, Raman Spectroscopy has found its role in aiding diagnosis by investigating living tissue.
Last year witnessed a breakthrough in how we manage energy storage, which brought huge implications for the widespread adoption of renewable energy.
This article discusses the the newest developments in drug research imaging to improve development processes and identify therapeutic targets.