Science in Action

Welcome to Science in Action. Our new series showcasing how our technologies, scientists, design and software engineers, and solutions are applied to real-world situations. From drilling thousands of feet below the icy surface of Antarctica to exploring concepts of life on other planets, our stories will stimulate your imagination and open new possibilities in your own scientific endeavors.

Using fluorescence spectroscopy to develop novel light-emitting materials
It’s never been more crucial to discover efficient and stable light-emitting compounds that can curtail energy consumption. See what one researcher from the UK is doing.
Alternative Light Sources and forensic creativity identify suspects in armed robberies
Alternative light sources are valuable tools for identifying critical evidence in crimes. This one is unusual.
Investigators develop photographic evidence of domestic assault using alternative light sources
Alternate light sources have proven effective at displaying domestic assault markings that ordinary white light photography doesn’t capture.
Developing in-situ, online monitoring tools for radioactive materials using fluorescence spectroscopy
Making radioactive isotopes requires precision to preserve valuable resources and maximize quality. See how fluorescence spectroscopy plays a role.

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