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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.
Metal nanoparticles have a unique spectral response; they interact differently with each given color of light.
In an effort to identify adult stem cells that can be induced into many distinct types of cells, researchers have turned to confocal microscopy.
Scientists from the University of Wisconsin-Madison and from the Universidad de Zaragoza in Spain announced their breakthrough “virtual camera” that can see around corners.
Every day, thunderstorms happen all over the globe, and these are accompanied by bursts of one of the highest-energy light forms found on earth - gamma rays.
Fiber optic sensors have become a popular piece of equipment in the aerospace industry because it is considered to be an intrinsically safe component.
This article discusses the future of optical sensors in robotic hands and the need for the development of a different breed of robots with increased tactile attention and sensitivity.
Laser beam welding is a concentrated heat process whereby thick and thin materials can be fused together in several applications.