Spectral Lines and SpectroscopyNOW

From March 2001 until October 2005, David Bradley Science Writer contributed science articles with a spectroscopic theme to the spectroscopy webzine, Spectral Lines, on the Wiley portal www.SpectroscopyNOW.com - Spectral Lines, Resonants and X-factors. Spectral Lines was a wide-ranging webzine covering every aspect of spectroscopy from astronomy to zoology. Resonants too covered a wide subject area but with the main hook being nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy. X-factors, as, again, the name hopefully suggests deals with X-ray crystallography and related subjects.

The SpectroscopyNOW site was then reorganised and today David Bradley contributes items for the site's ezines in Atomic Absorption Spectrometry, Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Spectroscopy, UV-Vis spectroscopy, X-ray Crystallography, Cheminformatics, Raman Spectroscopy, and Infra-Red Spectroscopy and related techniques. You can access the latest headlines on www.spectroscopynow.com Announcements of new articles with additional commentary are posted regularly on David Bradley's Science Blog.

"...[Spectral Lines] provides articles across the many areas of spectroscopy, but with a popular slant, which means it's good reading for the expert and the interested lay person alike."

Kate North, New Scientist

Spectral Lines has now been superceded by the ezines on the SpectroscopyNOW.com portal. David continues to contribute regular features on atomic and plasma spectroscopy, cheminformatics, infrared, nuclear magnetic resonance, magnetic resonance imaging, Raman, ultraviolet, x-ray diffraction. Keep up to date with his latest SpectroscopyNOW articles via the sciencebase science newsfeed.