New Website for Raman Spectroscopy Launched by Renishaw

Analysis of a photovoltaic cell using a Renishaw inVia Raman microscope. Image courtesy of Renishaw.

Renishaw has announced the launch of a new Raman spectroscopy website with enhanced navigation, up-to-date content and more images, providing key information regarding Raman spectroscopy and its applications in a more comprehensive manner.

Visitors can easily access the content provided on the website, which has been classified into relevant sections in order to make searching within the portal easier.

‘Raman explained’ is a section on the website that is completely dedicated to Raman spectroscopy and its benefits. Extensive information on the inVia Raman microscope, an award-winning product from Renishaw, as well as the company’s other Raman systems is available on the website. The data provided includes configurations and specifications of the Renishaw’s Raman products, with fresh examples explaining how to apply different techniques.

Renishaw’s new website provides industrial users, researchers, and academics alike with a clear idea of the advantages of using its Raman systems in their applications. The company plans to make the website available in many different languages to provide support to global customers.

According to Simon Holden, who serves as Director and General Manager at Renishaw’s Spectroscopy Products Division, for the past two decades, the company’s Raman microscopes have been continuously upgraded to deliver the results demanded by customers.

He added that the updated website will seek to complement these efforts and serve as a vital resource to people who want to know more about the Raman spectroscopy technique and Renishaw’s Raman systems.

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