BioOptics World tracks technologies, applications, and business trends related to the use of optical technologies and instrumentation in the life sciences. Comprising a magazine, e-newsletter, and web site, BioOptics World covers cutting-edge research related to the design, development, and utilization of optical technologies for the study, diagnosis, and treatment of disease and disease processes.
BioOptics World is intended for researchers and engineers involved in the development and fabrication of optical components and instrumentation used in the life sciences.
It is also designed to serve the users of these technologies, including biologists, physicists, pathologists, forensic scientists, pharmaceutical companies, and government agencies.
In addition to providing in-depth articles written by BioOptics World editors, the magazine accepts articles, news stories, and new product information for publication from qualified outside contributors. For more information on submitting articles and other optoelectronics-related material to BioOptics World, please use the following links:
Lee Mather is currently working on both BioOptics World and Laser Focus World magazines. She has been a science and technology editor on multiple publications since 2004, including two years as the assistant editor of Advanced Packaging, Connector Specifier, and SMT magazines.
Susan M. Reiss, in addition to BioOptics World, is author of the market research report Optical Molecular Imaging 2010 from Strategies Unlimited, and writes for the National Institute of Biomedical Imaging and Bioengineering. She has served as managing editor for Optics & Photonics News.
Mike May, who earned an MS in biological engineering from the University of Connecticut and a Ph.D. in neurobiology from Cornell, has written and edited on science and technology topics since 1991. He writes about instrumentation for BioOptics World.
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