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  • Renishaw's RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser shortlisted in the CPhI Pharma Awards

    CPhI Pharma Awards Finalist logo The CPhI Pharma Awards, which are now in their 15th year, provide recognition to pharmaceutical companies that turn inspiration into innovation. They celebrate thinkers and creators breaking new ground in the industry and strongly advocate companies that are committed to driving the industry forward. The RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser has been shortlisted in the Analysis, Testing, and Quality Control category.

  • Live webinar on pharmaceutical analysis using Raman imaging

    RA802 Pharmaceutical Analyser Drug development has become increasingly difficult and understanding formulation design space and the interplay raw materials properties and processing parameters have on the final drug product have never been more important. Renishaw will be hosting a live webinar on the use of Raman imaging in pharmaceutical drug development.

  • Early cancer diagnosis: The use of Raman spectroscopy in leading-edge biosensor development

    Raman spectrometer in action A pioneer in the field of SERS-based biosensor research, Singapore Bioimaging Consortium (SBIC) used Renishaw’s inVia™ confocal Raman microscope to support this ground-breaking work.

  • inVia™ Raman microscope aids discovery of rare mineral in alpine plants

    Dr Wightman A team of scientists at the Sainsbury Laboratory Cambridge University (SLCU) have discovered a rare mineral in alpine plants. Vaterite, a form (polymorph) of calcium carbonate, holds enticing potential as a new material for industrial and medical applications. This is the first time that vaterite has been found in plants.

  • Scientists from The University of Manchester team up with Renishaw to analyse tissue

    Rubinder Basson presenting a poster on the analysis of skin tissue Renishaw has collaborated with scientists at The University of Manchester to show the ability of Raman spectroscopy to analyse skin tissue. This work was presented at the recent Joint Meeting of the Symposium on Advanced Wound Care and the Wound Healing Society, held in Charlotte, North Carolina, USA, from 25-29 April, 2018.

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