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  • Young scientist wins iPad Air for poem about vibrational spectroscopy

    SPEC Flash Presentation Award BDS Helena Ukkonen from Finland’s University of Oulu, Institute of Dentistry, won an award for her flash poster presentation at a recent conference.

  • Renishaw launches new Raman spectroscopy website

    Renishaw inVia Raman microscope A fresh new look and more comprehensive information makes the website a vital resource for anyone wanting to know more about Raman spectroscopy and its applications.

  • Renishaw present at MMC

    Application Scientist Katherine Lau with presentation poster Renishaw will be exhibiting its inVia Raman microscope at MMC2014 from 1st July to 3rd July, at the Manchester Central Convention Complex. Visit stand 1107 to find out how Renishaw's Raman instruments can be used across a range of application areas, with specific emphasis on biology.

  • Renishaw's inVia ultra-fast Raman imaging microscope wins Queen's Award for Enterprise: Innovation 2014

    Renishaw high speed encoded stage Renishaw, the global engineering technologies company, is delighted to announce that it has received a Queen’s Award for Enterprise 2014 in the Innovations category for its inVia Raman microscope. This prestigious Award has been granted for the continuous development of the inVia, with ultra-fast Raman imaging, which enables the rapid generation of high definition 2D and 3D chemical images for material analysis.

  • StreamLineHR Rapide is a hit at Pittcon 2014

    StreamLineHR Rapide image of graphene on a Si/SiO2 substrate Attendees visiting the Renishaw booth during the Pittcon Conference & Expo, in Chicago, were shown the new StreamLineHR Rapide option for its inVia Raman microscope. This enables the rapid collection of large amounts of Raman data and the quick generation of high definition chemical images.

  • Raman spectroscopy for oncology research (and drug delivery research)

    StreamLine image of oesophageal tissue Raman microscopy is routinely used for characterization and identification of material, but the need for this molecular imaging and analysis technique has become increasingly important in biology.

  • Raman images faster than ever before

    StreamLine HR Rapide image of graphene With Renishaw’s new StreamLineHR™ Rapide, inVia users can collect large amounts of Raman data rapidly. With this capability and inVia’s high sensitivity, you can generate high definition chemical images.

  • Inside Raman UK seminar 2014

    Networking at Inside Raman 2012 Renishaw's Raman spectroscopy team will be hosting its next Inside Raman seminar on Tuesday 8th and Wednesday 9th April 2014

  • New publication on 3D imaging of cells

    Nanotags and cell Renishaw's inVia Raman microscope has been used in a recent study which demonstrates that Raman and surface enhanced Raman scattering (SERS) spectroscopies are information rich, non-destructive techniques for the monitoring of subtle intracellular changes.

  • New low wavenumber performance

    Solar eclipse Study low wavenumber Raman features quickly and easily with Renishaw's Eclipse filters for the inVia Raman microscope; block the laser, not your Raman bands.