A hybrid dual‐wavelength optoacoustic biomicroscope is developed to provide better insights into cerebrovascular function and facilitate efficient studies into neurological and vascular abnormalities of the brain.
The possibilities of using photoacoustic techniques as a versatile tool for lympathic-related clinical applications is discussed.
A team of American researchers tested the possibilites of using Raman spectroscopy to assess collagen structure or collagen integrity in bone.
American researchers designed a smartphone octo‐channel optosensor (SOS) for low‐cost low‐volume lab tests as a mHealth diagnostic tool.
A German team of scientists published an overview on all the most recent knowledge on the role of the ultraviolet radiation in eye health and its aging process.
A team of scientists from Belgium investigated the plasma‐induced chemistry in organic solutions of polylactic acid (PLA), and their effects on the resultant PLA nanofibers.
A team of German researchers created a new multimodal system for rapid, noninvasive in vivo skin cancer screening is presented, combining optical coherence tomography (OCT) and optoacoustic (OA) modalities to provide precise tumor depth determination with a Raman spectroscopic modality capable of detecting the lesion type and, thus, providing diagnostic capability.
A team of North American scientists discovered that Short wave infrared Raman spectroscopy has the potential to accurately differentiate normal and malignant kidney tumors.
A simple optical imaging technique for biomarker analysis for critical diseases.
A 3D imaging approach that enables prolonged functional assessment of the mouse oviduct (or fallopian tube) in vivo.