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Latest News: Via @BioSpecNet and latest papers and talks/conferences will appear here; older archived news located here:

  • Paul’s expert opinion on using Raman spectroscopy to analyse vaping e-liquids - Nice Expert Opinion piece from Paul on Becoming an Expert: Using Raman spectroscopy to analyse vaping ‘e-liquids’. This article details Paul's analytical chemistry work in his kitchen and in the…
  • Sahand – my first paper - The continued increased in antimicrobial resistance (AMR) is a growing concern, with dire estimates that by 2050 more than 10 million people will die annually from AMR alone. In Sahand's…
  • A year in review: 2022 - Our research group has worked very hard work over the last year, and it’s been nice to have such a great team as part of the Laboratory for Bioanalytical Spectroscopy…
  • Shwan – my first paper - Shwan’s open access paper tackles the important area of sepsis where Raman and infrared spectroscopy can be combined simultaneously to study bacterial infections at the single cell level. This is…
  • Tai – My First Paper - Tai’s open access paper on metabolic fingerprint analysis of recombinant protein production in E. coli has recently been published. This is a really nice collaboration with our colleagues Naheed and…

Software: We have developed free and open source data analyses solutions in Matlab via GitHub and PyChem in Python, which you can read about in Bioinformatics.  More chemometrics and tutorials are available via our resources tab.

Analytical Solutions: Our SOPs for MS-based metabolomics and SERS are available here.

Metabolomics: This is an exciting dynamic research area that is gaining momentum and we are pleased to announce:

Future Conferences of Interest: You may find some of our group here:

Funding: Many thanks to BBSRCEPSRCHOSDBEuropean Commission FP6 and FP7, and Royal Society of Chemistry for financial support.