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By David Exline on October 9, 2013
Gateway Analytical discusses the advantages and disadvantages of Raman and FTIR spectroscopy, and how combined make a great tool for materials characterization.
By David Exline on November 29, 2011
Introduction Problem solving is one of the most critical aspects of any scientific discipline. Whether it is the determination of an unknown material, comparing questioned and known materials, determining how a product has failed, engineering new products, determining how other products are made, or developing novel testing methodologies - the science of problem solving plays a [...]
By Brittney Higgs on August 24, 2011
Christina Lahew, a junior at Waynesburg Central High School, was awarded a scholarship sponsored by Gateway Analytical and our parent company, ChemImage Corporation, to attend Waynesburg University’s 6th Annual CSI Camp, June 26-July 1, 2011. Open to 11th and 12th grade high school students, CSI Camp provides participants with hands-on training from certified experts in various disciplines of forensic science and criminal justice.
By David Exline on May 23, 2011
From pharmaceuticals to food and agriculture to cosmetics, controlled release systems are currently used in many fields to facilitate a slow, predictable delivery of specific ingredients over time. The advantages are many including tailored release rates, site-specific deliveries and less frequent applications…
Posted in Controlled Release, Featured Articles, Materials Science, Pharmaceutical | Tagged coating thickness, controlled release, hyperspectral imaging, modified release, pharmaceutical, pharmaceutical formulation, polymers, quality assurance, Raman, Raman chemical imaging | Leave a response
By David Exline on March 16, 2011
Forensics: the term usually conjures up images of lab coats, crime scenes and the evidence left behind. In actuality, the field of forensic science can encompass a broad range of scientific disciplines, applying material isolation, testing, comparison and ultimate source determination to investigations. Scientists employed in this field use analytical tests and problem-solving tactics to evaluate physical evidence, as well as the resulting data. Going beyond routine scientific data summaries, forensic scientists typically analyze the identity of unknown materials, any relationships between questioned and known samples and the significance of these associations.