Quantum cascade lasers enable the quick and efficient real-time mid-infrared microspectroscopy of living microorganisms.
Optical fiber devices for microfluidics integration open up new horizons for advanced “lab-on-a-chip” technologies.
A non-intrusive optical technique called GASMAS shows potential of being developed into a realtime and cost-effective diagnostic tool for human sinuses.
Holographic imaging reveals details about morphology, motility, and the concentration of sperm in semen analysis.
Special issue on state-of-the-art analytical techniques available to researchers working with plasma deposition and modification of organic coatings.
The 2014 Impact Factor for Journal of Biophotonics increased by 15% to 4.447.
Optical microangiography (OMAG), based on optical coherence tomography, can be used to visualize the microvasculature network under inflamed skin condition.
Researchers have imaged the structural organization of tendon with second harmonic generation microscopy.
The enhancement of a liquid-based homogenous fluorescence assay has been achieved by using the resonant electric fields from a photonic crystal surface.
New publication shows the state-of-the-art in photonic biofluid diagnostics and points towards the bright future in the clinical sphere.