Georgia Institute of Technology — Portable Spectrometers

Georgia Institute of Technology
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To support research on developing cheap and portable Raman spectrometers.

Open Philanthropy recommended a grant of $111,000 over two years to the Georgia Institute of Technology to support research led by Professor Saad Bhamla on developing cheap and portable Raman spectrometers. Raman spectrometers are devices that can be used to identify molecules, and have several diagnostic applications.

This falls within Open Philanthropy’s focus area of scientific research, specifically within its interest in advancing human health and wellbeing.

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