If you are interested in the diverse applications of Raman spectorscopy, ‘inside Raman’ is an event being held by Renishaw on Monday 26th and Tuesday 27th September, at the Natural History Museum in London.
Fitting with the fantastic venue, the Monday sessions will focus on conservation and life sciences, with a great list of speakers including Robin Clark, from University College London and Howell Edwards, University of Bradford.
The speakers on Tuesday focus more on the chemistry, materials science, and physics aspects of Raman spectroscopy including David King from Kings College, London and Analyst author, Sergei Kazarian from Imperial College London.
Read some of the presenters work here:
Broadband terahertz time-domain spectroscopy of drugs-of-abuse and the use of principal component analysis
Andrew D. Burnett, Wenhui Fan, Prashanth C. Upadhya, John E. Cunningham, Michael D. Hargreaves, Tasnim Munshi, Howell G. M. Edwards, Edmund H. Linfield and A. Giles Davies
Analyst, 2009, 134, 1658-1668
Probing history with Raman spectroscopy
Howell G. M. Edwards
Analyst, 2004, 129, 870-879
Ultrafast infrared chemical imaging of live cells
Hemmel Amrania, Andrew P. McCrow, Mary R. Matthews, Sergei G. Kazarian, Marina K. Kuimova and Chris C. Phillips
Chem. Sci., 2011, 2, 107-111
Micro ATR-FTIRspectroscopic imaging of atherosclerosis: an investigation of the contribution of inducible nitric oxide synthase to lesion composition in ApoE-null mice
Francesca Palombo, Hao Shen, Lea Esther S. Benguigui, Sergei G. Kazarian and Rita K. Upmacis
Analyst, 2009, 134, 1107-1118
Tours of the Natural History Museum are also available, so do go along!