An Israeli team of researchers found a self‐calibration point for near‐infrared human finger tissue measurements.
A team of researchers from the UK present the application of wavelength modulated Raman spectroscopy for the automated label‐ and fluorescence‐free classification of fixed squamous epithelial cells in suspension, such as those produced during a cervical smear test.
A team of Korean researchers established an energy efficient dry reforming process using a rotating arc plasma to produce synthesis gas.
A team of Chinese researchers investigated the plasma-induced inactivation behavior of several bacteria without and with the presence of chloride.
A team or Irish researchers evaluated the use of a barrel atmospheric plasma system for the treatment of the polymers acrylonitrile butadiene styrene and polylactic acid polymer particles used in 3D printing.
A team of North American researchers demonstrated a label-free and more direct way to observe and quantify microvascular and metabolic healing mechanisms, and the biological response to a topical treatment, utilizing a multimodal microscope equipped with OCT and FLIM.
A team of Chinese researchers used a GASMAS optical spectroscopy technique to study the degree of freshness of unfertilized eggs and to distinguish unfertilized eggs from fertilized eggs.
A team of Chinese researchers developed a cost-effective and fully automated blood counting system that can be used by trained and untrained users.
A team of North American researchers developed an epi-SRS imaging platform for functional imaging of VSMCs in fresh coronary arteries which could support in developing new strategies for cardiovascular disease treatment.
Low temperature plasmas (LTPs) show promise as efficient green technologies for enhancing productivity while maintaining good food quality and safety in the many steps of the food cycle. As a result, applications of LTPs in agriculture have led to creation of a new, rapidly developing field called “plasma agriculture.”