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New Frontiers in Spectroscopy

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MICHAEL D. WHEELER, MANAGING EDITOR, [email protected]

This month’s issue should prove a treat to history buffs and futurists alike. In a special section focusing on spectroscopy (read article), we chart the major contributions to the field over the past 500 years, beginning with Sir Isaac Newton’s discovery that the sun’s light could be dispersed into a continuous series of colors using an instrument he invented — now called the spectroscope. It’s unlikely, however, that Newton could have envisioned the impact spectroscopy is having on biomedicine today. In an exclusive interview with senior editor Justine...Read full article

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