NIR Spectroscopy

Copper-bottomed deficiency detection

Danish scientists have shown that NIR spectroscopy can catch copper deficiency in plants early enough for successful treatment.

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Roasting chestnuts, not insects

US and Italian scientists have used NIR spectroscopy to detect a nasty surprise hidden inside some chestnuts.

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Winners of IM Publications NIR Poster Prize

Professors Takuma Genkawa and Naoto Kakuta are the winners of the IM Publications NIR Poster Prize at ICAVS-7, held in Kobe, Japan, at the end of August 2013.

Everyone’s a critic

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.

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LT Industries introduces dairy analysers

LT Industries has introduced an analyser designed to improve quality control and production in dairy processing.

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Material that mimics squid skin is invisible to military NIR cameras

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.


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