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  • Article - 19 Feb 2021
    Analysis of forage is essential for animal nutrition optimization, crop pricing, and overall farm productivity. The latest near-infrared (NIR) technology now brings easy, real-time analysis to the...
  • Article - 16 Feb 2021
    Mass spectrometers have demonstrated the highest levels of precision for fermentation off-gas analysis and have been successfully monitoring fermentor off-gas at many of the world’s leading...
  • Article - 8 Jan 2021
    Renishaw has produced a powerful method, the Empty Modelling™ method that allows for the identification of chemical spectra with incredible accuracy and reliability. Using multivariate analysis, the...
  • Article - 24 Dec 2020
    Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) is a powerful analytical technique. Virus particles have often proven hard to analyze, but DLS provides an great opportunity for virus analysis.
  • Article - 24 Dec 2020
    Particle Size? What exactly does this mean? This article discusses the ideas behind particle sizing, and why it might be important to quantify this particular characteristic.
  • Article - 24 Dec 2020
    A powerful measurement technique that provides fast results, Dynamic Light Scattering (DLS) can be utilized in order to determine submicron and nanoparticle sizes. This article discusses the basics of...
  • Article - 23 Dec 2020
    Zeta potential analyzers are incredibly important for particle characterization. There are multiple methods by which to measure zeta potential, as such it can be confusing to select an instrument.
  • Article - 23 Dec 2020
    Particle size analyzers come in many different forms, utilizing different techniques and variations within each technique. This article discusses all the important considerations to account for when...
  • Article - 17 Dec 2020
    Ordered mesoporous materials can be classified according to their structure dimensions and pore geometry, e.g., either (2D- or 3D-) cylindrical or (3D-) cage-type structures.
  • Article - 11 Dec 2020
    A research team at Polytechnique Montréal has created a transparent impact-absorbing composite material inspired by spider silk. The new composite material absorbs up to 96% of the energy under impact...