Continuous-Wavelength Spectra and Discrete-Wavelength Models
A Peer-Reviewed Article
Nano-X received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for its HealthFLD artificial intelligence (AI) software, which is designed to perform automated qualitative and quantitative analysis of liver attenuation from CT scans.
The interaction between surface-active compounds (SACs) and ciprofloxacin was explored in this study to further understand how variations in alkyl chain lengths of SACs impact the binding activity of ciprofloxacin.
At SPIE Photonics West 2024, Jiachi Ye of the University of Florida held a presentation about a 4f-based free-space optical system (light-based computer) to address power consumption and speed limitations of calculations performed with convolutional neural networks (CNNs).
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LCGC and Spectroscopy Editor Patrick Lavery spoke with Oligo Factory CEO Chris Boggess about the company’s recently attained compliance with Good Manufacturing Practice (GMP) International Conference on Harmonisation of Technical Requirements for Registration of Pharmaceuticals for Human Use (ICH) Expert Working Group (Q7) guidance and its distinction from Research Use Only (RUO) and International Organization for Standardization (ISO) 13485 designations.
Chengjie Xi of the University of Florida held a lecture on how terahertz time-domain spectroscopy (THz-TDS) can be used to detect changes in integrated-circuit (IC) packaging materials.
In this column and its successor, we describe and explain some algorithms and data transforms beyond those commonly used. We present and discuss algorithms that are rarely, if ever, used in practice, despite having been described in the literature. These comprise algorithms used in conjunction with continuous spectra, as well as those used with discrete spectra.
Spectroscopy is publishing a series of feature articles highlighting the lives and careers of the most influential spectroscopists over the past 100 years. These individuals were selected by our Editorial Advisory Board and team of editors to represent the leading figures in spectroscopy over the century. Our second featured Icon of Spectroscopy is Peter R. Griffiths.