For the first time, optical photothermal IR was used to study malignant and non-malignant lung cells. Glass substrates were used without blocking mid-IR spectra, and >90% accuracy for cell classification was achieved.
Watch videos of the talks from our online workshop “O-PTIR in Life Science”.
Optical Photothermal IR is a breakthrough technique that’s opening up new possibilities in life science and biological research.
This year there have already been three scientific publications featuring the breakthough techniques of O-PTIR and IR + Raman.
Join us for a 2 hour online workshop on Wednesday 14th April 2021 at 1pm BST / 2pm CEST about how O-PTIR is being used in biological applications.
A scientific paper has been published using O-PTIR in Alzheimer’s Disease research, to study amyloid protein aggregation directly in neurons.
The co-inventor of O-PTIR (Optical Photothermal Infrared spectroscopy) has won the Lippincott Award 2019 for scientific innovation in vibrational spectroscopy.
Join us for a two day conference in Copenhagen about AFM and nanoscale IR spectroscopy (AFM-IR, s-SNOM and O-PTIR).
O-PTIR is a breakthrough technique for sub-micron chemical analysis and imaging of live cells in water, red blood cells, mineral distribution in bone, single bacteria and many more life science applications.
Simultaneous infrared and Raman Microscopy – a world first, using the mIRage IR microscope from Photothermal Spectroscopy Corp.