New NIR applications and the potential of a broader wavelength

Professor Søren Balling Engelsen explains why near infrared (NIR) spectroscopy has recently been picked up by academic departments due to it’s inherent strengths compared to other spectroscopy methods and how NIR is used for quality control of enzyme functions. Watch the video to learn about the latest research in NIR, chemometrics, and screening methods as well as the importance of wavelength for any potential solution.

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