Spring SciX, 11 – 13 April 2022 University of Liverpool
Nikalyte will present our latest work on Surface Enhanced Raman Sers (SERS) at the upcoming Spring SciX meeting. The latest installment of the popular biannual Spring SciX series will be hosted by Liverpool University and will highlight progress on emergent research topics related to analytical chemistry, including molecular spectroscopy, Raman Spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, infrared (IR) spectroscopy, surface plasmon resonance (SPR), process analytical chemistry, fluorescence, bioanalytical and biomedical, and analytical sciences. Sessions inlcude the following topics : Mass Spectroscopy, SERS/SORS, Molecular Spectroscopy Imaging Spectrocopy and Nano-IR. Nikalyte’s research team will be presenting some of our latest work on Surface Enhanced Raman Sensors (SERS). With applications in food safety, narcotics, medical screening, environmental monitoring and pharmaceuticals, Raman Spectroscopy is fast graining popularity as a go-to analytical technique in both academic and commerical settings. Find out how Nikalyte’s novel SERS substrates use gold nanoparticles generated in vaccum to enhanced Raman signals by many orders of magnitude.
Drop by to have a chat and pop your name in the hat to win a free pack of SERS substrates.
Registration closes on 31st March, so its not too late to join us there. Register here to join us in Liverpool.