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PRESS RELEASE Dr. Cecilia Muldoon and her team from VeriVin Ltd have been awarded a prestigious  Institute of Physics Business Start-Up [...]


The spectroscopic analysis of complex liquids has widespread applications in the food and beverage industry, the chemical industry, the [...]


The basic physical phenomenon exploited by the VeriVin system is the Raman effect, which is the inelastic scattering of photons by [...]

Pioneers Programme

Be the first to test our technology! We are now launching our Pioneer Programme to engage with early user of this technology and tailor [...]

We are hiring! – Optical systems engineer

We are currently looking for a junior member of the Research and Engineering team, that will support in the  development, [...]

We are hiring! – Software developer

This is an exciting opportunity to join the VeriVin team in a crucial moment for our company. VeriVin is now developing the software [...]


The spectroscopic analysis of complex liquids has widespread applications in the food and beverage industry, the chemical industry, the [...]


VeriVin’s technology will pave the way for the discrimination of counterfeit wine and spirits, in bottle, with no need to take the cork [...]

Whisky & Spirits

The whisky industry contributes over £5.8 billion to the British economy every year and accounts for 21% of all British food and drink [...]

Olive Oil

Olive oil production is largely based in Spain (51.5% of production) followed by Italy (8.5% of production). While Spanish extra virgin [...]


Honey, in the EU, is defined as “the natural sweet substance produced by Apis mellifera bees from the nectar of plants […], [...]

Innovate UK Quantum Technologies Grant

We are delighted to announce that we have been offered a substantial quantum technologies government grant for a collaborative research [...]

Raman Spectroscopy

The comparative scarcity of Raman scattering means that it is more difficult to detect than Rayleigh scattering. Notwithstanding, the [...]


Spectroscopy is the study of the interaction between matter and electromagnetic radiation (light). Spectroscopic data is often [...]

Rayleigh and Raman Scattering

For molecules, two types of scattering can occur. The first type of scattering, Rayleigh scattering, is an elastic scattering process [...]

Scattering and Absorption

At its most basic, the interaction of light with matter entails the interaction of a single atom with a single quantum of light, called [...]

Raman Spectroscopy v Infra-red Absorption Spectroscopy

In Raman spectroscopy, a single frequency of light is used to irradiate a sample, and radiation scattered from the molecules whose [...]

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