Our article on Highlighting a need to distinguish cell cycle signatures from cellular responses to chemotherapeutics in SR-FTIR spectroscopy by Caryn, Frank, Geri and Peter, together with Mick Brown and Noel Clarke from the Paterson Institute for Cancer Research and Kevin Flower from the School of Chemistry, has been awarded Hot Paper status by Analyst. The article is free to read until 30 November 2012. Reference: Highlighting a need to distinguish cell cycle signatures from cellular responses to chemotherapeutics in SR-FTIR…
Paul wins the prestigious 2011 Royal Society of Chemistry (RSC) Ronald Belcher award for Analytical Chemistry.
Paul wins the 2011 Faculty of Engineering and Physical Sciences (EPS) student of the year distinguished achievement award.
Gardner lab features in Highlights in Chemical Biology – “Infrared spectroscopy aids cancer diagnosis”, click here to read.
Resonant Mie Scattering (RMieS) Correction of Infrared Spectra from Highly Scattering Biological Samples Analyst. 135(2) (2010) 268-277) was in the top 10 most accessed articles in the Analyst for February 2010.
Resonant Mie Scattering (RMieS) Correction of Infrared Spectra from Highly Scattering Biological Samples Analyst. 135(2) (2010) 268-277) featured on the front cover of the Analyst in February 2010.
Resonant Mie scattering in Infrared spectroscopy of biological materials – understanding the ‘dispersion artefact’ Analyst. 134(8) (2009) 1586-1593) featured as ‘Hot Article’ in the Analyst.
Discrimination of prostate cancer cells by reflection mode FTIR photo-acoustic spectroscopy Analyst 132 (2007) 292–295) attracted wide media attention giving rise to a number of articles in the popular press. For example: “Do Cell Make Noise?” By Corey Binns, Popular Science 28 Jan 2008, “Mikes Pick Up the Sound of Cancer” by Richard Grey, Sunday Telegraph 3 Feb 2008