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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Fluorescence imaging helps localize lung tumors in real time

Real-time fluorescence imaging during pulmonary surgery can identify lung cancer cells.

Intracellular microlasers emit narrowband fluorescence to precisely label a trillion cells

Inducing structures incorporated within individual cells produce laser light, allowing precise labeling of individual cells.

Laser bioimaging technique defines pituitary tumors with extreme precision

A laser bioimaging technique could help surgeons more precisely define the locations of pituitary tumors in near-real time.

Microlasers allow unprecedented cell tracking ability, with big implications for biomedicine

In a biomedicine breakthrough, researchers tracked a number of white blood cells by feeding them microlasers.

Biophotonics lasers by Photonics Industries

The Tu Series tunable Ti:sapphire laser has a pulse width that matches to the lifetime of many fluorophores.

3D digital holography device shortens denture fitting time to 30 minutes

A digital holography scanning device for intraoral 3D modeling reduces the time it takes to get dentures from 30 days to 30 minutes.

Nanopositioning stages by Piezoconcept

Piezostage nanopositioning stages from Piezoconcept are available in single-axis, multi-axis, and rotation/tilt versions.

Tweaked enzyme that produces light could improve medical diagnostics

Chemically tweaking the enzyme responsible for the light of fireflies could lead to a low-cost detection system for medical diagnostics.

X-ray laser maps key signaling protein, with potential for better drug development

An x-ray laser experiment has revealed details of the human body's cellular switchboard that regulates sensory and hormonal response.

Implantable polymer fiber emits fluorescence to reveal how cells grow

Fiber from a semiconducting polymer can emit fluorescence, which makes it possible to follow the growth of cells inside living tissue.

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