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发布时间: 2016-05-19 浏览次数: 204

我校物理系副教授邵杰老师于2016年3月在Applied Optics刊发最新研究成果Wavelength-modulated tunable diode-laser absorption spectrometry for real-time monitoring of microbial growth。该文章将激光吸收光谱应用于细菌生长监测。文章发表的数据结果皆是邵杰研究小组自行设计的仪器所测得,此结果比目前文献上发表的微生物生长测量的精度要高很多。文章获得了广泛的关注。

 

New technique enables fast, accurate measurement of bacteria levels

By RJ Whitehead, 21-Mar-2016

 

Chinese-led research has found a fast, accurate and non-invasive technique for monitoring the growth of pathogenic microorganisms that makes it easier to estimate the amount of bacteria within food containers or blood samples at any given time.

 

http://www.foodnavigator-asia.com/Policy/New-technique-enables-fast-accurate-measurement-of-bacteria-levels

 

 

Lasers Help Speed Up the Detection of Bacterial Growth in Packaged Food and Other Environments

New technique enables fast, accurate and noninvasive measurement of bacteria levels, 16-Mar-2016

 

WASHINGTON — It’s important to know how microorganisms — particularly pathogenic microbes — grow under various conditions. Certain bacteria can cause food poisoning when eaten and bacterial growth in medical blood supplies, while rare, might necessitate discarding the blood.

 

http://www.osa.org/en-us/about_osa/newsroom/news_releases/2016/lasers_help_speed_up_the_detection_of_bacterial_gr/

 

 

Lasers speed up detection of bacteria in packaged food

By Brooks Hays ,16-Mar-2016

 

Monitoring bacterial growth isn't easy, but researchers in Sweden and China have collaborated to create a laser-powered device that accurately monitors microorganisms in food and blood supplies.

 

http://www.upi.com/Science_News/2016/03/16/Lasers-speed-up-detection-of-bacteria-in-packaged-food/1861458151819/

 

 

Lasers help speed up detection of bacterial growth in packaged food

The Optical Society ,16-Mar-2016

 

It's important to know how microorganisms -- particularly pathogenic microbes -- grow under various conditions. Certain bacteria can cause food poisoning when eaten and bacterial growth in medical blood supplies, while rare, might necessitate discarding the blood. Now a group of researchers report a fast, accurate, and noninvasive technique for monitoring bacterial growth.

 

https://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2016/03/160316130946.htm

 

 

Lasers Help Speed Up the Detection of Bacterial Growth in Packaged Food and Other Environments

Eastern Daylight Time ,16-Mar-2016

 

WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--It’s important to know how microorganisms — particularly pathogenic microbes — grow under various conditions. Certain bacteria can cause food poisoning when eaten and bacterial growth in medical blood supplies, while rare, might necessitate discarding the blood.

 

http://www.inusanews.com/article/21354271509/lasers-help-speed-detection-bacterial-growth-packaged-food-environments