Robotics takes mass spec to the third dimension for forensics, pharma applications

Within the past decade, many advancements have been made in the 3-D market from printing to movies. Now scientists report that by combining a robotic arm and mass spectrometry, they can analyze the surface of irregularly shaped 3-D objects, potentially opening up new branches of forensics and pharmaceutics.
Robotics takes mass spec to the third dimension for forensics, pharma applications