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VeriVin in 2019: A year of success

As we round out our first week back at work in 2020, we wanted to give everyone an update on what we’ve been doing at VeriVin in 2019 [...]


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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