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News and Events

-SAS Social Media 101

-Speed Mentoring Event at SciX2015!

-2015 SAS Awardees Announced

-Special SAS Seminar – National Tour Speaker:Professor Jon Camden at Maryville University

-SAS is now featured on the Elsevier Advancing Women Postdoc Clearinghouse as part of the National Postdoctoral Association!

-August Newsletter

-Society for Applied Spectroscopy: Annual Election of Officers, Governing Board Delegates, and Proposed Constitutional Changes

Thanks for our first volunteers at ACS Boston: Georgia Arbuckle-Keil, Stephen Cramer, Fred Haibach, Rob Lascola, Ellen Miseo and Bill Cunningham!

 

 

Featuring the latest new spectroscopy products.  More info...

 

 

We look forward to seeing our members at SciX 2015 in Providence, RI Sept 27th- Oct 2nd!

 

Join us for the SAS Annual Member Event at SciX 2015. It will take place on Sunday, September 27th, 12:00 - 4:00 pm.

 

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Get ready for the SAS photo contest at SciX!

 
Speed Mentoring Event on Monday 9/28

Final Program!

 

 

 

2014 Nobel Prize in Chemistry will present the Wallace H. Coulter Lecture at Pittcon 2016!

“How Optical Single-Molecule Detection in Solids Led to Super-Resolution Nanoscopy in Cells and Beyond”

 

Professor W. E. Moerner is currently at Stanford and is a member of SAS!


Applied Spectroscopy
 

 

 

August 2015

 

 

Featured Paper

 

Compact Solid-State 213 nm Laser Enables Standoff Deep Ultraviolet Raman Spectrometer: Measurements of Nitrate Photochemistry

     Sergei V. Bykov, Michael Mao, Katie L. Gares, and Sanford A. Asher

The cover for the August 2015 issue of Applied Spectroscopy features an accelerated paper from Sanford A. Asher, Sergei V. Bykov, Michael Mao, and Katie L. Gares entitled, ‘‘Compact Solid-State 213 nm Laser Enables Standoff Deep Ultraviolet Raman Spectrometer: Measurements of Nitrate Photochemistry’’, pp. 895–901. The paper describes a new compact acousto-optically Q-switched diode-pumped solid state (DPSS) intracavity-frequency tripled neodymium-doped yttrium vanadate (Nd:YVO4) laser capable of producing ~100 mW of 213 nm power quasi-continuous wave as 15 ns pulses at a 30 kHz repetition rate.   Read more...

 


SAS is on LabTube!

Check out our channel on LabTube, it's the place for videos for the scientific community. We'll be posting a variety of material from interviews to tour speakers to snippets from member events.  Do you want to tell the world why you love SAS?  Send Anna Donnell your video and we'll post it on our channel! Click here for details!

 

Website updates

New changes are coming to the website!  We recently moved to a new website and membership management system and you will begin to see small changes to the website over time.  We appreciate your patience as we make these changes.  If you have any questions, comments, or concerns, please email the Web Committee Chair, Anna Donnell or the SAS Office. Thank you!


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