Science in Action
Journeys into scientific discovery
Raman spectroscopy was named after Sir Chandrasekhara Venkata Raman (7 November 1888 – 21 November 1970), an Indian physicist born in the former Madras Province in India, who carried out ground-breaking work in the field of light scattering, which earned him the 1930 Nobel Prize for Physics.Read more
Introducing Lumetta™, a compact, affordable imaging spectrograph with deep-cooled scientific CCD. HORIBA Scientific’s new Lumetta™ brings high performance to the compact spectrometer market.More
Watch a brief video of HORIBA Scientific's beautiful opening cermony in Piscatway NJ. 60 guests and HORIBA executives from around the world were treated to speeches, a building tour showcasing the bright open office concept, tour of the new 6,400 sq. ft. application labs, new OEM facilities, a gala luncheon, and a cake cutting ceremony.Watch Video
HORIBA supports Women in Science. Read their passionate stories and learn how female scientists conquered barriers to flourish in technology and science.More
Science in Action is a new series of articles focussed on exploring different topics and unique applications. Check in weekly to see our newest articles.
EzSpec Software is fast, efficient, and user friendly. The high quality graphics and intuitive design will delight students and professionals. See why EzSpec and Duetta are setting the standard for analytical instrumentation.Watch Video
The time has come to commemorate Jobin-Yvon/HORIBA’s two centuries of innovation. This program will include many facets, including an anniversary book, celebrations, and exceptional promotional opportunities.
In the 18th century, European states built vast colonial empires. The colonial trade developed, with sugar, coffee and cocoa from the United States; Tea, spices and silk from Asia; and manufactured products from Europe ... This trade created major shipping lines for the Atlantic coast of Europe. Hence, coastal lighting became an issue.
In the food industry, the compounds characterization is a critical step to ensure the quality of the products or to provide information to customers which can be sensitive to allergies. In this application note, we showed how optical spectroscopies and laser diffraction can help for food compounds characterization, especially on a specific product, i.e. milks.Read the Application Note
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