Picture: Viavi/ESPROS. Multispectral sensor chip

Viavi and ESPROS collaborate on sensor and developer kit

By Joseph James Whitworth

Viavi Solutions Optical Security and Performance Products (OSP) and ESPROS Photonics Corporation (EPC) have launched a miniaturized spectral sensing system-on-a-chip and multispectral sensor developer kit.

Osram said the main application is NIR spectroscopy for analyzing food

Osram launches broadband infrared LED

By staff reporter

Osram Opto Semiconductors has launched an emitter which can be used as a light source in near-infrared (NIR) spectroscopy, a technique for assessing the quality of food.

FQN was at Analytica 2016, 10-13 May in Munich

dispatches from Analytica 2016

Who launched what at Analytica 2016?

By Joseph James Whitworth

FoodQualityNews hit the show floor of Analytica last week to bring you all the news and views relevant to food safety and quality control. Below are some of the product launches.

FQN attended the symposium in Stockholm, Sweden

dispatches from AOAC Europe – NMKL – NordVal Symposium

Future challenges in food analysis theme of industry event

By Joseph James Whitworth

The future of microbiology, a call to review current allergen detection methods and method validation were some of the highlights at an industry event.

Agilent Technologies advances FTIR microscopy imaging

Packaging analysis boosted with FTIR upgrades

By Joseph James Whitworth

Agilent Technologies has enhanced some of its Fourier transform infrared spectrometer (FTIR) microscopes claiming it will allow customers to analyze samples that were never before possible.

Denmark's FOSS collaborates on infrared analysis project

Future looks brighter for infrared analysis

By Rod Addy

FOSS is engaged in a 15m kroner research project focusing on developing a much brighter form of infrared light for routine analysis in food and feed production.


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