JSI—Journal of Spectral Imaging will publish a Special Issue dedicated to papers from IASIM-2018.
A new camera technology developed by scientists from Nanyang Technological University, Singapore (NTU Singapore) can take sharp, colour images without using a lens and colour filters.
Imec has developed its first shortwave infrared (SWIR) range hyperspectral imaging camera.
Imec’s Snapscan hyperspectral imaging camera uses an ultrasonic speed piezo motor stage and innovative software to acquire high-resolution, hyperspectral images in <200 ms.
A report just published by the Universities UK Open Access Coordination Group has come up with some interesting findings. These include evidence that Open Access (OA) papers are downloaded between two and four times more than non-OA ones.
Practical advice for authors looking to reproduce previously published material.
A brief report and photos from this industrially focused conference.
JSI welcomes Dr Cristina Malegori to the Editorial Advisory Board.
ORCID provides any researcher with a unique ID they can use whenever they publish. No more confusion between authors with the same name.
JSI uses Creative Commons Licences for all papers. What are they and how to decide which is right for you.