Biophotonics News

Bioimaging for applied cell research center to open in Munich

02/05/2016

A new core facility focused on bioimaging for cell research will open on February 17, 2016.

Genome sequencing method helps reveal origin of schizophrenia

02/04/2016

Genome sequencing revealed that schizophrenia risk increases if a person inherits specific variants in a gene related to synaptic pruning.

Nathaniel Group medical illuminators for microendoscopy receive regulatory approvals

02/03/2016

Two medical illumination systems for microendoscopy from Nathaniel Group have been certified for use in the U.S., Canada, and the EU.

Real-time imaging advances surgery

02/01/2016

Attendees to the Biomedical Optics Symposium (BiOS), which will again comprise the major portion of SPIE Photonics West, will get to learn how new photonics ...

Novel Optical Fiber Applications: Hollow glass fiber for CO2 laser surgery has coincident aiming beam

02/01/2016

A hollow silica-based optical fiber coated on its inside surface simultaneously transmits CO2 laser light and a visible aiming beam for surgery.

Super-resolution Microscopy: Approach boosts accuracy of single-molecule tracking

02/01/2016

Tracking how molecules move, form shapes, and interact within neurons and other cells offers a powerful view of biological processes that impact health.

Light Therapy/Tunable Lenses: Optics and light solve biomedical problems in space - and on Earth

02/01/2016

The National Space Biomedical Research Institute (NSBRI) has awarded the makers two optics/photonics-based biomedical devices with grants.

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