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Wake up and smell the coffee

German researchers have used NIR spectroscopy to investigate whether that early morning cup of coffee can make you think more clearly.

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Data processing without the bruises

Italian scientists have used their new method for reducing the size of the data produced by NIR hyperspectral imaging to identify bruised apples.

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When oranges go bad

Spanish researchers have shown that NIR spectroscopy can help find mouldy oranges.

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No more dodgy prawns

Chinese food scientists have used NIR hyperspectral imaging to identify tough and chewy prawns.

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Raise a glass to FT-NIR spectroscopy

Good news for analytical scientists who like their ale: food scientists from Italy and Denmark have shown that Fourier transform NIR spectroscopy can be used to monitor beer fermentation.

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Don’t forget your broccoli this Christmas

Everyone knows that green vegetables such as broccoli are healthy, but now Irish and Spanish food scientists have used NIR spectroscopy to identify which bits are the healthiest.

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