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New method of data quality improvement by noise removal

New method of data quality improvement by noise removal

12.02.2024
Scientists from the CIRI beamline have found a way to accelerate infrared imaging of biological tissues. Their solution will enable faster diagnosis of cancer thanks to denoising. You can read about the MNF2 method they developed in the journal "Chemometrics and Intelligent Laboratory System". With this discovery, researchers significantly enhanced the measurement capabilities using the FPA array detector available at the FT-IR microscopy end station at the CIRI beamline.
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Direct observation of the spin texture and the Rashba effect of a ferroelectric semiconductor

Direct observation of the spin texture and the Rashba effect of a ferroelectric semiconductor

08.02.2024
Unprecedentedly high-quality ARPES experiments have been performed at the URANOS beamline and revealed the band and spin behavior in a semiconductor undergoing a ferroelectric transition. The temperature dependent measurements unraveled the impact of the ferroelectric phase transition on the electronic spin texture.
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Detection of early pancreatic cancer lesions using infrared and machine learning

Detection of early pancreatic cancer lesions using infrared and machine learning

29.01.2024
A group of researchers from the CIRI beamline in their latest publication entitled Pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasia detection and duct pathology grading using FT-IR imaging and machine learning published in Spectrochimica Acta Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy presented the results of their PanIN classification method, which provides opportunities for early recognition of changes in the cells lining the pancreatic ducts using infrared and machine learning.
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2D boron layer as a nanoscopic diffraction grating

2D boron layer as a nanoscopic diffraction grating

09.01.2024
A multimethod investigation of 2D boron sheet - i.e. borophene - on the surface of iridium is reported in a paper by an international team of researchers led by physicists from the Institute of Physics in Zagreb, Croatia. The study, published in ACS Applied Materials & Interfaces, highlights the nanomodulated properties of epitaxial borophene which acts as an electron diffraction grating.
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The effect of temperature treatment on the microstructure evolution of Inocnel 625 superalloy

The effect of temperature treatment on the microstructure evolution of Inocnel 625 superalloy

29.01.2024
A group of researchers from the Faculty of Metals Engineering and Industrial Computer Science at the AGH University of Krakow, SOLARIS NSRC, and the Institute of Materials Engineering at the University of Silesia in Katowice led by Beata Dubiel studied the microstructure evolution and hardness behaviour of the Inconel 625 superalloy additively manufactured by laser powder bed fusion (LPBF) subjected to high-temperature annealing. As a result of systematic study, the various strengthening and softening mechanisms acting during high-temperature annealing of Inconel 625 LPBF have been identified.
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