A cost‐effective, automated parasite diagnostic system that does not require special sample preparation or a trained user.
Raman Spectroscopy Can Quickly Test for Dangerous Streptococcus Bacteria
Raman spectroscopy is an emerging microbiologic diagnostic tool and can be used as an intrapartum screening test for Streptococcus bacteria.
Photobiomodulation Makes Newborn Rats – and Possibly Humans – Grow Faster
A team of Brazilean researchers explored photobiomodulation to find evidence of stimulation in the development of newborn rats – and possibly in humans.
Synthetic Cannabinoids and the Developing Fetus
Scientists studied the effects of synthetic cannabis on fetal brain development in pregnant mice.
Shedding Red Light on Sports Injuries
Investigating factors that influence red‐light penetration through human tissue.
Optical Trapping of HIV Cells to Improve Diagnosis
An optical trapping transmission measurement technique for the spectral analysis of HIV-1 infected cells.
How to Reduce Stress at the Nanoscale Level
Scientists measured nanoscale structural alterations in the brains of mice after chronic corticosterone administration using a novel nanoscale optical imaging technique and gene expression analysis.
In Vivo Imaging to Protect Critical Care Patients
OCT provides in vivo detection of bacterial biofilms in critical care patients to reduce the incidence of ventilator‐associated pneumonia.
Optical Coherence Microscopy Provides New Insight into Infertility
Researchers apply optical coherence microscopy to create in vivo images of the preimplantation developmental process in mice.
Novel Urine Analysis Technique to Detect Cancer
A team of researchers from China combined AC and SERS technologies to develop a novel method for urinary modified nucleoside detection as a tool for cancer screening.