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MPQ resonator-cavity microscope enhances nanosystem imaging resolution

06/30/2015

MPQ developed a technique whereby an optical microcavity enhances optical signals for improved nanoscale imaging.

DNA sequencing discovers new genetic form of obesity and diabetes

06/30/2015

Ultra-high-throughput DNA sequencing enabled discovery of a new inherited form of obesity and type 2 diabetes in humans.

Hospital light fixture that kills bacteria to become commercially available

06/29/2015

The Indigo-Clean light fixture continuously kills harmful bacteria linked to hospital-acquired infections (HAIs).

Shoebox-sized, inexpensive, and automated flow cytometer counts cancer cells in blood

06/26/2015

A new flow cytometer in development is cheap to produce, no bigger than a shoebox, and automated for counting cancer cells.

New super-resolution microscopy method is possible with single objective

06/25/2015

A newly developed super-resolution microscopy method requires only a single objective and works with standard microscopy systems.

Engineers at the University of Illinois have developed a computational adaptive optics technique that could help ophthalmologists see individual cells in the back of a patient's eye

Adaptive optics imaging method shows individual cells in the eye

06/24/2015

A computational adaptive optics technique could help ophthalmologists see individual cells in the back of a patient's eye.

STARTUP WORLD names award winners at LASER World of Photonics 2015

06/24/2015

STARTUP WORLD, part of the LASER World of Photonics trade fair, has named the winners of the first-ever PHOTONICS Award.

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