NIR Spectroscopy

NIR Subscribers' News Blog

Subscribers to JNIRS—Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy and/or NIR news can keep up with the latest developments in our News Blog.

New Pharmaceutical Editor for JNIRS

Brad Swarbrick has joined the editorial team of JNIRS—Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy as the new Pharmaceutical Editor.

Multi-tasking keeps the brain young

Multi-tasking takes a bit more effort as we get older, but the benefits are probably worth it, say US and Japanese scientists.

Moving to NIR offers medical imaging breakthrough

A new imaging method using NIR radiation has enabled the study of insulin-producing cells in diabetes in complete organs—much larger samples than previously possible in the visible spectrum.

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“Sugar Cube” NIR spectrometer

The Fraunhofer Institute for Photonic Microsystems IPMS will be presenting an extremely miniaturised, scanning grating NIR spectrometer at Photonics West, the trade show for optics technology. The optical bench is smaller than a sugar cube and thus it might fit into mobile devices as well as in automated process analysis tools.

University of Tasmania researchers using hyperspectral remote sensing

The TerraLuma Project (University of Tasmania, Australia) is partnering with Headwall Photonics to bring hyperspectral technology to its fleet of unmanned aircraft systems.


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