Aquaphotomics

Aquaphotomics: A new science for understanding the role of water Aquaphotomics is a new “omics” discipline introduced by Professor Roumiana Tsenkova at the Laboratory of Bio Measurement Technology at Faculty of Agriculture, Kobe University, Japan. The main object of this Read More …

Research Groups

Since its introduction in 2005 by Professor Roumiana Tsenkova from Kobe University, works on aquaphotomics have been performed all over the world in many universities and research institutes. Here are some of the groups who integrate aquaphotomics methods to their Read More …

Applications

Aquaphotomics represents a unique tool for studying and understanding aqueous and biological systems, in real time and non-invasively. Aquaphotomics has been developed using a deductive approach. It has two main goals: 1) To expand knowledge about the interaction between water Read More …

Resources

Several tools and references have been gathered to broaden horizons of water study and support the aquaphotomics community, including a forum, as well as the provision of self-developed R-software, specifically oriented towards general NIRS analysis and aquaphotomics calculations. Software R-package aquap2 Read More …