biophotonics

Optical benches at Politecnico di Milano, the general coordinator of the Crimson project. Credit: Politecnico di Milano

Remedy for medical photonics innovation

It can take a village to bring a medical photonics device to market, Benjamin Skuse discovers

Covid-19 impacts doctors' trust in point-of-care tests

With huge opportunities for light-based diagnostics and therapeutics to combat disease, successful clinical translation depends on funding robust trials – and greater trust between developers and end-users, finds Jessica Rowbury 

How multi-line lasers simplify and help commercialise biomedical imaging systems

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Multi-line lasers are an attractive alternative to laser combiners to simplify fluorescence-based imaging instrumentation. Furthermore, they help commercialise new, cutting-edge imaging systems for clinical use. This white paper explores the advantages of a permanently aligned multi-line laser, giving examples of how such a laser is used in microscopes developed at Julius-Maximilian-University of Würzburg and the University of Washington.

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