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Biomedical Optics & Medical Imaging

Lanthanum fluoride particles to enhance radiation therapy
Lanthanum fluoride particles passively collect in tumors and amplify applied radiation doses, while also transferring energy to photosensitizer dyes that enable the targeting of cancerous cells.
The integration of a time-variable array of pinholes can be used to perform high-resolution imaging with high energy efficiency, and significantly extend the field of view when combined with an imaging lens.
16 May 2016
A digital holographic microscope operating in telecentric mode could be used to diagnose diabetes and evaluate long-term glycemic control in patients with diabetes.
9 May 2016
A hexagonally patterned hyperlens array enables high-throughput super-resolution imaging of living cells, without the need for complex optical systems.
4 May 2016
Quantum dots exhibit a measurable rapid photoluminescence response to neuron-like electric fields and can thus be used to observe neuronal action potentials.
27 April 2016
The butterfly proboscis is a unique, naturally engineered device for acquiring liquid food, and may inspire novel developments in micro- and nanofluidic engineering.
21 April 2016
Multiphoton microscopes to speed up disease diagnosis
£850,000 project yields two potential new inspection tools for diverse applications in medicine.
25 May 2016
Photonic fence for pest control 'now practical'
Researchers at Intellectual Ventures Laboratory claim that their system now offers a genuine alternative to chemical insecticides.
25 May 2016
TomoCube holotomography offers label-free imaging of cells
Technique for real-time 3D-vizualization could impact neuroscience, hematology and other sectors.
24 May 2016
Dual ultrasound-laser scanner targets thyroid cancer
Hand-held probe expected to cut huge number and cost of unnecessary surgeries ‘dramatically’.
23 May 2016
 
Sarah Bohndiek: The importance of imaging in understanding tumor metabolism

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