• Potential Future Uses for Advanced Hyperspectral Imaging in Medical Settings

    Potential Future Uses for Advanced Hyperspectral Imaging in Medical Settings

    Hyperspectral Imaging, currently used to detect everything from pathogens in meat products to art forgeries, is a quickly-evolving technology with potential life-saving applications in the medical field. Because it utilizes an advanced camera and machine-learning software, it may prove to be a transformative solution in the future, providing a quick, inexpensive, and non-invasive way to detect and... Read More
  • New Fields and Exciting Applications for Benchtop NMR Instruments

    New Fields and Exciting Applications for Benchtop NMR Instruments

    NMR spectroscopy is an essential analytical tool in the chemical and structural characterization of organic, inorganic, and biological samples. Due to high capital and maintenance costs, operational complexity and large magnet sizes, high-field NMR application is typically limited to advanced NMR facilities and R&D departments. Recent advances in permanent rare-earth magnet technology have allowed... Read More
  • Investigating Intracellular Ice Formation with Cryomicroscopy

    Investigating Intracellular Ice Formation with Cryomicroscopy

    Cryopreservation is the preservation of living and structurally intact cells and tissues by cooling to very low temperatures (as low as -196°C). A key challenge facing cryopreservation research is intracellular ice formation (IIF), which damages cells and is the primary cause of death of cells cryopreserved in solution. Research is focusing on investigating the mechanisms of IIF, and how a better ... Read More
  • Novel Quantitative Sampling for Biofluids

    Novel Quantitative Sampling for Biofluids

    An Interview with Fasha Mahjoor, founder of Neoteryx LLC, on their novel quantitative sampling for biofluids. Read More
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