HORIBA Supports Raman Spectroscopy, Science and Research

1 juillet 2015

During May and June HORIBA participated in and co-hosted the latest RamanFest conference in Xiamen, China, and the RamanFest satellite meeting in Kyoto, Japan.

These meetings provided an ideal forum for researchers to hear about some of the latest research in Raman spectroscopy. The focus this year was on biological Raman analysis and nanoRaman (TERS) with talks covering single cell analysis, cancer detection , protein studies, enhanced methods of Raman (SRS and SERS), and indeed the hot topic for materials scientists TERS and nanoRaman applications. With over 300 attendees over the two meetings, the participation from research and industry was a reflection of just how far Raman has developed in its growing position as an enabling and "must have" spectroscopic technique. The next RamanFest conference will be held in Germany and details will be announced shortly on the RamanFest website http://www.ramanfest.org/

To find out more about how Raman spectroscopy can solve problems for research and industry either contact your local HORIBA office or find details on our website. http://www.horiba.com/raman

HORIBA maintains a leading presence in Raman spectroscopy and contributes to conferences, seminars and workshops globally. See our website for details on upcoming events during 2015-2016 and be a part of the Raman revolution.