Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D

Rebecca Ingle, Ph.D

Feature Writer

Ph.D. Physical Chemistry, M.Chem. Chemistry

Dr. Rebecca Ingle is a researcher in the field of ultrafast spectroscopy, where she specializes in using X-ray and optical spectroscopies to track precisely what happens during light-triggered chemical reactions. Her enthusiasm for science communication led to her starting as a science writer during her undergraduate, and since then she has contributed to numerous magazines, blogs, and newspapers. She particularly loves writing about all things lasers and optics.

Articles from Rebecca

How Does Atomic Emission Spectroscopy Work?

Graphene-Based Electron Microscopy Grids

A Guide to Nanoparticle Detection Method

Emerging Electron Microscopy Techniques for Quantum Research

How Could Benchtop Systems Supercharge Nanoscience Research?

What Are Electron Microscopy Grids Made From?

What is Raman Microspectrometry and Why is it Used?

Studying Nanoferroics with Piezoresponse Force Microscopy

Electrical AFM, An Indispensable Tool in the Semiconductor Industry

Characterizing Gold Nanoparticle Assembly Patterns Through TEM

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