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Blog roundup: The six articles that stood out the most

Senorics’ blog is turning two and we are marking the occasion with a blog roundup.

Valerie Morris
Valerie Morris

Sep 15, 2023

It’s been nearly two years since we started our blog and we have released 42 articles since then. They covered topics such as Material Sensing, the history of our handheld device, the workdays of employees, and lessons we have learned over the years.

We wanted to know what your favorite article was, which article you spent the longest time reading, and which one was viewed the least times. So, for this article, we have gathered the top blog posts of different categories from the past two years.

The first one we released

On October 17th, 2023, our blog went live with its very first article: How does Material Sensing work? Conducting measurements in 4 steps. In this first write-up, we explained the underlying principle of Material Sensing – spectroscopy. This is still a great read today, especially for those new to the field and interested in how our technology works.

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The one with the most views

The article with the most views was released on February 26th, 2022 and received an impressive 1,418 clicks: How is it done? 3 methods to analyze textiles and fibers. It features textile analysis methods used in labs and compares them to Senorics’ novel testing solution. The article gives insight into how burning and solubility tests are conducted and highlights benefits and drawbacks of each method.

The one that's Hannah' favorite

This article was only published a few months ago but has become the personal favorite of Hannah, our Sales and Marketing Manager: Circular fashion: Recycling, reusing, and repurposing textiles. It gives insight into how the SenoLab can be used to sort post-consumer textile waste and enable more sustainable recycling processes. It also has some great suggestions for consumers on how they can contribute to closing the loop.

The one you spent the longest time reading

On July 15, 2023 we published the article that on average you have spent an incredible 16 minutes reading: FAQ: Senorics at cannabis conferences in Berlin. Cannabis analysis is an extremely interesting and up-to-date topic, so we understand why you would spend so much time reading this article. Take a look if you haven’t already and get answers to our most frequently asked questions regarding the analysis of cannabis with the SenoLab.

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The one with the least views

5 signs that your company needs Material Sensing and the SenoLab is the article that received the least views. We can only explain this in one way: You already know that your company needs Material Sensing and so there is no need for you to read an article pointing out the signs. Because let’s be honest, which company wouldn’t benefit from Material Sensing?

The most recent one

Last but not least, our latest blog article: Spending 6 months at Senorics: Insights from our newest intern. This one is especially close to our heart, as we really value the dedication and hard work that all our interns have demonstrated. It is making us hopeful for the future, that so much young, motivated talent is among us. If you haven’t already, take a look at the article to hear more about Ibrahim’s experience of working at Senorics.

Now we want to know, what is your personal favorite? Or is there a specific topic you would like us to cover in an upcoming article? Send us an email to marketing@senorics.com to let us know.

 

 

Valerie Morris

I’m Senorics’ Content Creator. Most of the things you read on our website or on our social media accounts were written by me. I started working here in March 2020 when I was still living in Dresden. Now I have moved to New Zealand and work remotely from the opposite time zone.

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