A scientific paper has been published using O-PTIR in Alzheimer’s Disease research, to study amyloid protein aggregation directly in neurons.
Visit us at Spring SciX 2020 analytical chemistry conference on 6-9 April 2020 at the University of Liverpool.
The co-inventor of O-PTIR (Optical Photothermal Infrared spectroscopy) has won the Lippincott Award 2019 for scientific innovation in vibrational spectroscopy.
The Bruker nanoIR3-s Broadband is the most advanced s-SNOM based nanoscale FTIR spectroscopy system available, with the broadest spectral range, high resolution nanochemical and nano-optical imaging capabilities.
O-PTIR is a breakthrough technique for sub-micron chemical analysis and imaging of live cells in water, red blood cells, mineral distribution in bone, single bacteria and many more life science applications.
Simultaneous infrared and Raman Microscopy – a world first, using the mIRage IR microscope from Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp.
Breakthrough technique for identifying contaminants in failure analysis and process control, using O-PTIR.
How mid-IR photothermal spectroscopy opens up infrared to new applications in biology and pharmaceuticals.
How to characterise multilayer films at sub-micron resolution with infrared, using O-PTIR spectroscopy.