Read the latest news stories from the Spectroscopy Products Division.
Renishaw's inVia used to study the Terracotta Warriors and Horses of the Qin Dynasty
Known as the ‘Eighth Wonder of the World’, the Terracotta Warriors and Horses site was discovered in 1974. It consists of three figure pits covering an area over 20,000 square metres and forms part of Emperor Qin Shihuang’s Mausoleum Site Museum, the largest imperial tomb in China.
- Renishaw's inVia wins CS Industry Award 2016
Renishaw launches the new inVia™ Qontor™ confocal Raman microscope
The new inVia Qontor is Renishaw’s most advanced Raman microscope. Building on the market-leading inVia Reflex, the inVia Qontor adds a new dimension to the performance and ease of use for which inVia is renowned.
Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center uses an inVia to support the development of nanomolecular probes
The Kircher laboratory at Memorial Sloan Kettering is developing novel nanoprobes for molecular imaging, image-guided therapy and theranostics. Its ultimate goal is to develop a universal technology that allows precise determination of the actual spread of a tumour in vivo.
inVia used to study graphene and other nano-materials at the University of Tokyo
The Mechanical Engineering Department of the University of Tokyo uses a Renishaw inVia confocal Raman microscope to study graphene and other nano-materials in the development of energy related devices such as solar cells.
Inside Raman 2016 is to be held at the Renishaw Innovation Centre
Renishaw’s Raman spectroscopy team will be hosting its next Inside Raman UK event on 19th April 2016. It will be held, for the very first time, in the new Renishaw Innovation Centre at Renishaw’s New Mills headquarters in Gloucestershire.
- Webinar reveals how the inVia can be used to study redox biology research
Renishaw's inVia is used at the University of Duisburg, in Germany, to study two-dimensional materials
The Department of Experimental Physics at the University of Duisburg in Germany uses Renishaw’s inVia confocal Raman microscope to study two dimensional materials such as graphene and molybdenum disulphide.
The US Army Research Laboratory combines Raman and AFM
The US Army Research Laboratory (ARL) in Maryland, USA, is studying electrochemical energy storage materials with a hybrid instrument consisting of a Renishaw inVia confocal Raman microscope and a Bruker Dimension Icon atomic force microscope (AFM).
Renishaw's inVia confocal Raman microscope connects to Bruker's Dimension Icon AFM
Renishaw is an experienced supplier of integrated Raman-AFM solutions, having offered them for over 16 years. The latest addition to the range of instruments it supports is Bruker’s Dimension Icon AFM. This additional pairing demonstrates the extreme flexibility of the Renishaw inVia confocal microscope, and its ability to interface to a wide range of instruments employing many analytical techniques.