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Hyperspectral imaging device helps debunk wound healing

04/10/2012

Hyperspectral imaging (HSI) devices, calibrated to new National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) standard reference spectra, bring forth new insight on the physiology of tissue injury and healing.

Laser-fused dentures now half the cost of milled versions

04/05/2012

Lichtenfels, Germany--Laser cusing or fusing techniques are being used to create dentures at half the cost of milled versions.

Dendrites transfected with DsRed for visualization of morphology and with PSD-95 (green) for visualizing postsynaptic densities

Software-driven fluorescence microscopy visualizes neuron activity

04/04/2012 Using fluorescence microscopy driven by image analysis software, researchers at the University of Münster have shown that the loss of the protein neurobeachin (Nbea) not only disrupts signaling within the neuron, but also leads...

BioPhotonic Solutions wins 2012 CLEO/Laser Focus World Innovation Award

04/02/2012

Washington, DC--BioPhotonic Solutions is the winner of this year's CLEO/Laser Focus World Innovation Award.

The Photonics Lifestyle

04/01/2012

Education and fashion are two sometimes related topics of interest to the general public and—as we show in this issue—the photonics community.

3D OPTICAL IMAGING: Holoscopy makes ultrafast lensless imaging of scattering tissues possible

04/01/2012 By combining digital holography with optical coherence tomography (OCT) in a process known as holoscopy, 3D parallel image acquisition with extremely high data throughput at high imaging speeds is possible due to the lack of mo...
Lu Chen, Ph.D., Rakesh Nayyar, Lino DeFacendis, and James Dou have created a portable cytometer that works like a diabetes test

Cytometry goes portable for HIV monitoring in remote areas

03/27/2012

University of Toronto researchers have developed a faster, cheaper portable device to track the progression of HIV in patients living in developing countries.

Gold nanoparticles created by the Rice University lab of Eugene Zubarev take on the shape of starfruit in a chemical bath with silver nitrate, ascorbic acid and gold chloride

'Starfruit' nanorods could boost SERS in medical imaging

03/26/2012

Starfruit-shaped gold nanorods synthesized by researchers at Rice University could boost medical imaging and chemical sensing applications that depend on surface-enhanced Raman spectroscopy (SERS).

Solution-produced calcium carbonate microlens arrays are biocompatible

Solution-produced calcium carbonate microlens arrays are biocompatible

03/26/2012 Potsdam, Germany--Calcium carbonate microlens arrays can be fabricated quickly and without the need of a cleanroom environment, say researchers at the Max Planck Institute of Potsdam, the University of Konstanz, and KAIST (Daej...
An artistically inspired visualization of the 3-D X-ray structure of the cyan fluorescent protein mTurquoise2

New cyan fluorescent protein yields more sensitive cell imaging

03/22/2012 Scientists at the Institut de Biologie Structurale/CNRS-CEA-Université Joseph Fourier have developed a molecule that emits turquoise light more efficiently than ever seen before in living cells, improving the sensitivity of cel...

Thorlabs adds ultrafast laser line and Brazilian office

03/15/2012

Newton,NJ--Thorlabs is adding a new sales office in Sao Carlos, Brazil, and acquiring an ultrafast laser line from idesta Quantum Electronics.

First commercial supercontinuum-based spectrofluorometers launched by NKT and HORIBA

03/14/2012

Edison, NJ and Birkerod, Denmark--HORIBA Scientific has integrated supercontinuum lasers from NKT Photonics into its line of spectrofluorometers.

Recognizing mirror images of molecules with a femtosecond laser

Recognizing mirror images of molecules with a femtosecond laser

03/06/2012 Kassel, Germany--A compact femtosecond-laser system developed by a group at the University of Kassel distinguishes certain molecules from their mirror images -- knowledge that is crucial when one version of the molecule is a dr...
A live human mammary gland structure created in research that uses vibrational spectral microscopy to reveal subtle changes in breast tissue

Spectroscopic imaging method reveals early changes leading to breast cancer

03/06/2012 Purdue University researchers have created a new imaging technology that reveals subtle changes in breast tissue, representing a way to determine a woman's risk of developing breast cancer and to study ways of preventing it.
Photon etc. instrument targets the emerging field of hyperspectral retinal imaging

Photon etc. instrument targets the emerging field of hyperspectral retinal imaging

03/05/2012

Montreal, QC, Canada--Photon etc. has unveiled IRIS, a new instrument for non-invasive localization of biomolecules in the eye fundus.

An image, captured by the Mesolens, of a human flea

Lens produces 3-D images of cells, tissues in seconds

03/02/2012 Scientists at the University of Strathclyde Institute of Pharmacy and Biomedical Sciences are creating a confocal lens that displays 3-D images within cells and tissues while showing the whole organism within seconds rather tha...

PHOTONIC FRONTIERS: ULTRAFAST LASER PROCESSING: Ultrafast lasers make ultraprecise tools

03/01/2012 By ablating small amounts of material at a time, picosecond and femtosecond lasers can cleanly machine brittle glasses and ceramics, as well as performing other delicate operations-including surgery-without damaging underlying ...

PHOTONICS APPLIED: PHOTOACOUSTICS: Deep down and label-free: Bioimaging with photoacoustics

03/01/2012

Laser-induced ultrasonic emission, converted to imagery, enables deep-tissue views of mechanisms in organs, cells, subcellular structures, and even biochemicals—without labels or dyes.

Glass-based inorganic UV LED aims for biomedical use

Glass-based inorganic UV LED aims for biomedical use

02/24/2012

Los Alamos, NM--A multinational team of scientists has developed a process for creating glass-based inorganic UV-emitting LEDs based on tin dioxide nanoparticles embedded in silicon dioxide thin films.

Femtosecond X-ray diffractive crystallography could enable damage-free molecular imaging

02/23/2012

Tempe, AZ--A new method determines the structure of biomolecules based on diffraction from protein nanocrystals delivered by a tiny aerojet nozzle into an X-ray beam.

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