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blueshift

(bloo -shift) An overall shift of the spectral lines in a spectrum toward shorter wavelengths as a result of the Doppler effect. It is observed in the spectra of celestial objects approaching the Earth. See redshift.
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Ideel has millions of email subscribers and mobile app users, and is implementing Blueshift to intelligently and automatically manage the timing and distribution of the right content, to the right person, at the right time both in email and mobile push notifications.
When a fire truck races toward you with its siren blaring, the siren's sound waves get scrunched up, making a shorter wavelength, and you hear a high-pitched siren: a blueshift.
The diffraction blueshift continues with higher glucose concentrations up to 20 mmol/L, where the sensor diffracts 454 run violet light.
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If such a universe compresses (A < 0), this effect changes its sign, thus becoming a cosmological blueshift.
We call this effect a blueshift, because blue light waves are short.
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Founded in 1983, Molecular Devices Corporation introduced its first microplate reader in 1987 and has continually broadened its product and service portfolio through a combination of internal research and development and strategic acquisitions, including Universal Imaging Corporation (2002), Axon Instruments (2004), and Blueshift Biotechnologies, Inc.
Prior to Active Endpoints, Tyler was Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer and Secretary at BlueShift Technologies, a semiconductor systems and automation company.