Biophotonics News

'Cell squeezing' process enables fluorescence microscopy image recording in living cells

02/12/2016

Using pressure to deliver chemical probes into living cells allows fluorescence microscopy image recording in real time.

X-ray laser harnesses crystal imperfections to allow for better biomolecule study

02/11/2016

Sharp images with imperfect crystals are possible using an x-ray laser source, which could lead to better biomolecule study.

Far-infrared light could enable noninvasive blood glucose measurement for diabetes

02/10/2016

A method to measure blood glucose using far-infrared (FIR) light is both harmless and noninvasive.

Ultrafast laser method shows promise for improving presbyopia correction

02/09/2016

A virtual model for correcting presbyopia that involves an ultrafast laser is currently in development.

NIGHTSEA and EMS launch fluorescence microscopy award for new lab setups

02/08/2016

An award recognizes that fluorescence microscopy equipment can be out of the reach of faculty members setting up their first labs.

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.

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