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Discover the latest articles pertaining to technological advances in the pharmaceutical, forensics and materials science industries.
By Rebekah Byrne on March 25, 2015
We get some FAQs here in the analytical lab…one recurring question here at Gateway is “Why did/didn’t you do Raman?” During foreign particulate matter investigations, the use of spectroscopy is pretty common. Spectroscopy allows us to study the way a material interacts with energy, in order to identify a material. Sometimes, a scientist may use […]
By David Exline on August 23, 2011
Technology transfer, the process of converting scientific and technological advances into marketable goods or services, is a critical transition for any analytical instrument manufacturer or instrument/application development organization. Utilized in many settings, this process proves most successful in two instances—new application or instrument development in a research environment and the expansion of an established instrument’s or application’s capabilities.
By Rebekah Byrne on May 23, 2011
The combination of a Raman/LIBS microscope system is one of the newest analytical testing methods available that characterizes size, shape and morphology of particles composed of both organic and inorganic components.