Raman spectroscopy has become an increasingly important tool in modern laboratories. Recent advances have led to its integration in an increasing number of applications such as microscopes and miniaturised detection devices.
Over the last centuries, engineering has brought us many new technologies and progress. Recent developments hold great promise for the future. To meet global challenges new engineering applications are emerging around the world.
Over the last year, and as part of our SME Instrument Phase I project, we have performed an in-depth study to better understand the problems experienced by companies, scientists and universities. Companies and organisations often rely on external scientific expertise to develop their products or consultancy to solve technical problems. A recurring problem is that
In a world where communities are becoming increasingly interconnected socially and economically, there is an ongoing demand for organisations and businesses to exchange scientific expertise, data, materials and equipment. Companies around the world benefit from skills available in other regions and countries. Scientific expertise and engineering know-how are essential to develop new products, make companies
Welcome to the QuestPair blog, where you will find regular updates about our plans and development. We started QuestPair with a simple goal: make it easier for companies and scientists to work together. To facilitate this, we set out to create an online marketplace where companies can post ideas, start projects and exchange data and