Pollen analysis by Raman microscopy allows for species determination and nutrient levels can be assessed, important for determining if bees are getting the diet they need. Pollens studies provide insight into pollinator biodiversity and plant-pollinator interactions which in turn allows researchers to gain information about cultivated crops in the area. This quick read blog post reveals some Raman mapping data
Activate your brain and have some fun by attempting to solve our Word of the Week.
The 16th of May marks the International Day of Light, a date of importance at Edinburgh Instruments as we use light every day in our techniques. Discover what light means to us and our instruments in this short article.
As EI gets back on the road, we’ve updated our booth to include #handsanitiser to help keep everyone safe, but does it actually work? Using Raman spectroscopy, the apps team investigated if our sanitiser was over the 60% ethanol required to be effective against COVID-19.
Celebrated annually, National Space Day commemorates the extraordinary achievements and opportunities space exploration provides. Here at Edinburgh Instruments we celebrated National Space Day by highlighting the amazing space spectrometers that have assisted in space exploration. Read this fascinating article to learn more.
This month we look at how Raman microscopy can be used to analyse gemstones and other geological samples.
At Techcomp, we are delighted to celebrate World Laboratory Day and to play our part with a suite of world-class laboratory products with operations dating back to 1920. Let’s take a look at some of our key products across the Group and the industries they serve.
Although they were discovered almost 200 years ago, research into Perovskites and their applications has gain a lot of popularity in recent years. Their unique properties allow for many technological improvements across a number of industries.
Browse our glossary of spectroscopy acronyms to ensure you are up-to-date with the latest terminology in the industry.
This map of the month we use an FLS1000 with our new Micro-PL microscope upgrade to take a FLIM map of a sample of mouse kidney. Read online.