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Spectral Imaging

Finding bones by projection

By producing NIR hyperspectral images and then projecting them on the ground, two Norwegian scientists have come up with a novel technique for identifying tiny bone fragments on complex surfaces such as forest floors.

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Tomas Hirschfeld Award 2014 Call for Nominations

Nominations are now being invited by the International Council of Near Infrared Spectroscopy (ICNIRS) for the 2014 Tomas Hirschfeld Award. This award, sponsored by Büchi Labortechnik AG, Switzerland, is made in recognition of contributions to the enhancement of near infrared spectroscopy. It is made on the basis of excellence in research conducted by a scientist of international standing.

Solid as a composite polymer

NIR hyperspectral imaging can monitor both the chemical composition and physical properties of composite polymers, say Canadian chemical engineers.

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Nothing like a good pork chop

Irish scientists have used NIR hyperspectral imaging to reveal the protein, fat and water content of pork chops.

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NIR-2013 Update

The NIR-2013 conference publicity is all about “good vibrations”, and the conference certainly seems to be developing into an exciting mixture of science, interaction and an attractive venue.

University of Tasmania researchers using hyperspectral remote sensing

The TerraLuma Project (University of Tasmania, Australia) is partnering with Headwall Photonics to bring hyperspectral technology to its fleet of unmanned aircraft systems.

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