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Biomedical Optics & Medical Imaging

Fully fiber-integrated femtosecond laser systems covering the visible spectrum could take advanced biomedical imaging techniques from the laboratory to real-world applications.
23 July 2016
Phase-sensitive imaging and computational correction of patient-specific optical aberrations enable high-resolution imaging of the human retina to aid diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases.
20 July 2016
High-performance detectors that are compatible with mainstream semiconductor device fabrication deliver high speed, ultra-sensitivity, and good timing resolution.
15 July 2016
Combining tightly focused laser beams with surface-treated microtools enables injection and surface biopsies on individual live cells, with minimal disruption to their normal function.
13 July 2016
Tunable light sources and megapixel detectors can improve mid-IR spectral imaging for large-scale histopathological assessment of biological tissues, enabling rapid medical diagnosis.
5 July 2016
A novel project, known as the Pathology Operating System, is being tested and implemented in Sweden for the digitalization of pathology services.
2 July 2016
THz systems sales to grow at 16% through 2020
Analyst Tematys reveals market drivers and which technologies suit each application.
19 July 2016
Magnetic fields offer new window onto nerves in action
Measurement of ultra-small magnetic fields from a frog nerve could lead to practical use in diagnostics.
19 July 2016
Window to the brain moves closer to reality
Two studies indicate future clinical feasibility of University of California, Riverside, implant.
14 July 2016
UK opens £20m funding competition for quantum technologies
Business-led development and commercialization proposals worth up to £2m each are invited.
14 July 2016
 

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