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CONTENTS SPECTROSCOPY AI-based spectroscopy


Smart UV-Vis spectrophotometry How simultaneously measuring


Revealing the projects that are bringing extra intelligence to spectroscopy


standards, controls and unknown samples without any moving parts is giving a new meaning to analytical instrument reliability and reproducibility


Sophisticated sample holder


Case study on the measurement of boron and fluorine in water solution by


Raman analysis aids research Morphological and chemical


micro-droplet method using a smart sample holder


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characterisation of microplastics using particle image analysis combined with Raman spectroscopy


BIOTECHNOLOGY Benefits of biobanks


Stem-cell derived kidney-on-a-chip New approach to sepsis therapy


TABLETING Pressing issues 44


A biobank proved a valuable resource for an international research project looking into colorectal cancer


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The value of tablet press instrumentation Improving tablet production


To minimise losses in the production of tablets, advancing and automating methods for measuring pharmaceutical compression tooling is crucial


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Andrew Williams explores the rise of super- resolution microscopy and finds out what it’s being used to accomplish


53 50 challenges, of cryo-electron tomography physiologically relevant cell models


A description of Raman microscopy and how it can be used to investigate particulate and biological samples


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Illuminating answers Tackling a common question in the discussion about back- versus front- illuminated sensors


this year’s event will be the eighth edition of the UK’s lab-dedicated exhibition showcase


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EVENT PREVIEW Looking ahead to Lab Innovations –


Raman microscopy for advanced analysis


Trends in HCS High-content screening of complex


The future of imaging? Exploring the potential, and


MICROSCOPY & IMAGING Resolution revolution


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