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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Profusa tissue-integrated optical biosensor monitors key body biochemicals in real time

Profusa introduced its injectable Lumee optical biosensor technology at the Pioneers Festival, held May 24-25, 2016.

Spectroscopy method can characterize biological samples in one shot

A new spectroscopy configuration can obtain a biological sample's entire Brillouin spectrum in one shot for characterizing tumors.

New study evaluates endovenous laser ablation of varicose veins

Experiments on endovenous laser ablation of varicose veins in vitro identified the role of a carbonized layer of blood.

CMOS camera for bioimaging applications by SPOT Imaging

The SPOT Insight CMOS camera produces distortion-free, live image viewing of moving specimens at 22 frames/s at full resolution.

Ultrafast laser method opens holes in cells to study mitochondrial DNA diseases

An ultrafast laser-driven method could help point to pathways to develop treatments for mitochondrial DNA diseases.

Zinc selenide optics for medical lasers by Laser Research Optics

A line of laser-grade zinc selenide (ZnSe) optics can be fabricated to specification in 0.5 and 0.75 in. sizes for medical lasers.

Portable chemiluminescence biosensor detects analyte down to a few nanograms

A combination approach is able to detect as low as a few nanograms-per-millliter of analyte in a sample for use in clinical diagnostics.

OCT, IVUS imaging pair to better detect dangerous plaques in arteries

Combining IVUS and OCT allows for an unprecedented combination of depth and detail in identifying atherosclerotic plaques.

Super-resolution microscopy could find utility in therapeutic drug delivery

A team of researchers is investigating, with super-resolution microscopy, the use of exosomes for targeted delivery of therapeutics.

Ross Eye Institute presents D-EYE portable ophthalmoscope at AAPOS 2016 conference

A portable ophthalmoscope system used in a recent study was shown to be beneficial for fundus imaging in the pediatric population.

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