Thank you to everyone who attended or participated in the inaugural Strategies in Biophotonics conference in October 2014. Unfortunately we've made the decision to not continue with the event going forward. Best wishes to all exhibitors, attendees and sponsors. 

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Super-resolution microscopy tracks single molecules in 3D with nanoscale accuracy

New super-resolution microscopy work demonstrates a marked improvement in tracking molecules in three dimensions.

Two-photon microscopy method can image individual neurons in marmoset brains

A newly developed two-photon microscopy method can image the activity of individual neurons in the marmoset brain.

Clinical 'smart glasses' use multispectral light, ultrasound for deep-tissue vascular imaging

New smart glasses offer clinicians a point-of-care wearable ultrasound system for deep-tissue vascular imaging. 

Research microscope line by 259 Holdings

Viridian research microscopes have uses in laboratory, clinical, and academic research settings.

High-res imaging method quantifies two ligand-binding sites while imaging membrane receptors

A high-resolution imaging method allows precise identification and quantification of interactions of a receptor with two ligands simultaneously.

Optovue receives $30M in financing to help market OCT angiography technology

Optovue has received $30 million in funding to help commercialize its AngioVue OCT angiography system.

Fluorescence microscopy add-on shows promise for more precise neurosurgery

A fluorescence microscopy add-on allows neurosurgeons to more clearly distinguish cancerous tissue under the microscope.

Ophthalmic optogenetics company raises $6M in funding

RetroSense Therapeutics has secured $6 million to further investigate the use of gene therapy and optogenetics to restore vision.

Two biomedical devices facilitated by light, optics receive NSBRI support

Two companies have been selected to receive grants for their biomedical devices enabled by light and optics.

Smartphone-enabled device detects diabetes in a saliva sample

A newly developed device pairs with a smartphone to detect a biological indicator of a possible risk of type II diabetes in saliva.  

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