Two US scientists have shown that NIR spectroscopy can accurately determine the concentration of fat, proteins and carbohydrates in just 10mg of algae.
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Swiss researchers have used NIR spectroscopy to monitor risk taking in financial decisions.
The discovery that NIR spectroscopy can accurately determine the caffeine concentration of individual coffee beans could transform the entire coffee market.
Danish scientists have shown that NIR spectroscopy can catch copper deficiency in plants early enough for successful treatment.
US and Italian scientists have used NIR spectroscopy to detect a nasty surprise hidden inside some chestnuts.
By casting its critical eye over valuable, old paintings, including some by Salvador Dalí, NIR spectroscopy can help determine which will stand the test of time.
LT Industries has introduced an analyser designed to improve quality control and production in dairy processing.
A new coating, derived from a protein in squid skin, and active within the NIR region has potential to hide material from infrared imaging cameras.
The phenolic composition of grape seeds can predict the taste of any subsequent wine, but can NIR spectroscopy predict the phenolic composition of grape seeds?
Italian chemists have used NIR spectroscopy to make sure that their egg pasta does definitely contain eggs.