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Ultrafast nonlinear microscopy can ID breast cancer tumors in real time

10/17/2014 Recognizing that almost half of patients undergoing breast-conserving cancer surgery have to undergo additional procedures due to cancerous tumor being left ...

Photodynamic therapy for deep cancer cells could get a boost with new nanoparticle

10/16/2014 An international team of researchers has combined a new type of nanoparticle with an FDA-approved photodynamic therapy (PDT) to effectively kill deep-set can...

Theranostic fluorescent nanoparticles identify and destroy ovarian cancer cells

10/15/2014 Theranostic research that describes a fluorescence technique for identifying and destroying ovarian cancer cells was selected as Editor's Choice for the Sept...

Biophotonics innovators amongst Edmund Optics' 2014 Education Award winners

10/15/2014 Optical components maker Edmund Optics has named the recipients of its 2014 Educational Award program—an award given in recognition of outstanding undergradu...

Light microscopy method speeds brain, spinal cord measurements

10/14/2014 Researchers at the University of Miami (Florida), as a part of the Miami Project to Cure Paralysis, have turned to a light microscopy method to help answer q...

Report forecasts ophthalmology diagnostic, monitoring equipment market to be worth $9.5M by 2018

10/13/2014 The ophthalmology devices market is expected to grow at a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 6.8 percent to reach $9,466.7 million by 2018, according to m...
On October 8, 2014, COMSOL (Burlington, MA) announced the prerelease of the newest version of the company's Multiphysics software, version 5.0, at the COMSOL Conference 2014 Boston. The company's developers are finishing up the details of the new release; the final version will be ready within weeks.

COMSOL prereleases version 5.0 of its Multiphysics software; unveils ray optics, 'Application Builder' for industry

10/10/2014 On October 8, 2014, COMSOL (Burlington, MA) announced the prerelease of the newest version of the company's Multiphysics software, version 5.0, at the COMSOL...

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Researchers Develop World's Thinnest Electric Generator

TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers made the first experimental observation of piezoelectricity and the piezotronic effect in an atomically thin material, mo...

Pinpoint Laser Systems Launches the New Microgage PRO Laser Alignment Sy...

Pinpoint Laser Systems (www.pinpointlaser.com), a leading manufacturer of precision laser measuring and alignment products for industry, today anno...

Laser Technology Market worth $ 17.06 Billion by 2020

October 14, 2014According to a new market research report "Laser Technology Market by Type (Solid - YAG laser, Fiber laser, Thin Disk Laser, Liquid...

Olympus Medical Systems Corp Files Patent Application for Connector of E...

New Delhi, Oct. 13 -- Japan based Olympus Medical Systems Corp filed patent application for connector of endoscope. The inventor is Okada Takeshi.O...
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