News & Newsletter
This page was last updated on 3rd March 2014
3rd March 2014
HORIBA Scientific announces the new XploRA PLUS Raman microscope
The new market leading fully confocal Raman microscope, perfect for use in multi-sample and multi-user research environments.
20th January 2014
HORIBA Scientific To Host Two Day Ramanfest Conference
HORIBA Scientific (HORIBA), the global leader in Raman spectroscopy systems, is proud to announce that they are sponsoring this year’s RamanFest, an international event, in Boston, Massachusetts, on Thursday, June 12th, and Friday, June 13th. This annual two-day conference is being held in conjunction with Harvard University, in the Pfizer auditorium.
28th October 2013
New Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench Articles
Two new articles in Spectroscopy magazine’s Molecular Spectroscopy Workbench have been added to the Articles page. The first, authored by David Tuschel (Raman Applications Manager at HORIBA Instruments Inc.), addresses “Raman Imaging of Silicon Structures” and illustrates the power of Raman spectroscopy as a molecular imaging tool. The second, by Fran Adar (Raman Principal Scientist at HORIBA Instruments Inc.) discusses the pros and cons of resonance Raman effects.
25th October 2013
High Speed AFM-Raman Optimized for Nanoscale Chemical Imaging: Making TERS An Accessible Technique
Scanning Probe Microscopy (SPM) and in particular Atomic Force Microscopy (AFM) allow imaging of physical properties at the nanoscale, while vibrational spectroscopy, especially Raman spectroscopy, enables chemical imaging with diffraction limited resolution. Horiba and AIST-NT are now able to demonstrate that AFM-Raman imaging can be performed routinely simultaneously, and without compromises, bringing TERS within reach of most researchers.
15th October 2013
Raman imaging pages updated
The Raman imaging pages of this site have been updated with some of the latest images produced with HORIBA Scientific’s leading Raman systems. Why not visit out Raman Image Gallery to see stunning new images combining both science and beauty.
14th May 2013
LabRAM HR Evolution awarded “Best New Scientific Instrument” by ACCSI 2012.
HORIBA Scientific is pleased to announce that the new LabRAM HR Evolution has been awarded “Best New Scientific Instrument” by the 2012 Annual Conference of China Scientific Instruments ACCSI. This award recognises the unique capabilities of this Raman microscope system, which offers intelligent automation coupled with unrivalled flexibility and versatility.
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