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Celebrating our 50th Anniversary: Glen Donaldson Interview

As we enter 2021 we are delighted to be celebrating our 50th Anniversary. Join us and get to know our hard working staff. To start the celebration we caught up with Glen Donaldson, find out what interesting hobbies he has...

Keeping Whisky Safe with Raman Spectroscopy

As Burns Night approaches the Applications team wondered what a dram would look like when a laser is shone onto it, see what happens and find out why we need to ensure the safety of whisky at all times.

The Beer-Lambert Law

In this article, the definitions of transmittance and absorbance of light by a substance are first introduced followed by an explanation of the Beer-Lambert Law.

Edinburgh Instruments Webinar: Applying Raman & PL Microscopy to Materials Characterisation

View our webinar – “Applying Raman & PL Microscopy to Materials Characterisation”.

What is Raman Spectroscopy?

What is Raman Spectroscopy? It is an analytical technique where scattered light is used to measure the vibrational energy modes of a sample.

Edinburgh Instruments Webinar: Raman Spectroscopy of Polymers

We are delighted to announce the next in our series of popular webinars - “Raman Spectroscopy of Polymers”. This webinar session will be taking place at 9am and 4pm GMT on the 19th November.

Give 'em Pumpkin to Talk About - Spectrifying Sweets on the RMS1000

Happy Halloween! The applications team at Edinburgh Instruments are getting into the spooky spirit with some supernatural Raman maps taken on the new RMS1000 Raman Microscope. Find out more...

The Rayleigh Criterion for Microscope Resolution

The lateral (X-Y) resolution of fluorescence and Raman microscopes is frequently calculated using the famous Rayleigh Criterion for resolution, 0.61λ/NA, but where does this resolution limit arise from and how does it relate to the other resolution limits encountered in microscopy? Find out more...

New Product Launch

Watch this space for the next high performance, industry leading research instrument. RMS Time – coming soon.