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Biomedical Optics & Medical Imaging

Novel, low-complexity computation methods enable reconstruction of high spatial resolution images for combined ultrasound-photoacoustic computed tomography.
23 February 2015
Multiphoton excited photochemistry creates nano/microscale models that duplicate the ovaries' native structure and composition for better cancer diagnosis and therapy.
17 February 2015

A new method from the lab of Nobel laureate W. E. Moerner enables the direct visualization of the binding and unbinding interactions between single biomolecules in aqueous solution by observing the diffusion coefficient and electrokinetic mobility.

17 February 2015
Methods such as digital photoelasticity and digital moiré interfero metry can be customized to examine and characterize the response of dental hard tissue to mechanical and thermal forces.
10 February 2015
A new spatial-spectral technique based on volume holographic methods can be used to acquire resolved images from multiple depths simultaneously.
4 February 2015
Electronic contact lenses can switch between different focal powers, functioning similarly to putting on and taking off reading glasses.
19 January 2015
Quantum imaging center opens in Glasgow
Business-focused QuantIC hub funded by UK government for next five years.
25 February 2015
OCT firm Michelson Diagnostics closes £2.5m ‘Series B’ funding
First tranche of expected £4m; Smith & Nephew invests £1.25m and joins board of UK company.
24 February 2015
Novel endoscope gives clearer view of cancers
University at Buffalo probe improves image quality and also facilitates drug delivery.
19 February 2015
Capasso lab advance suggests industry role for flat photonics
Flat lens from Harvard physicists turns 'normal' optics on its head with the help of metasurfaces.
19 February 2015

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