Biomanufacturing: Engineering a currency for the bioeconomy
Biofabs are springing up worldwide and facilitating the expanding bioeconomy. Public and private entities and bio-optics techniques are playing a role in its development.
Photoacoustic tomography is ready to revolutionize
Photoacoustic tomography (PAT), which produces multicontrast images of living bio structures on multiple scales, has been explored for applications from dermatology to neurology and oncology.
Novel ophthalmic imaging with adaptive optics, confocal imaging, and OCT
A bio-optics triple-threat — a combination of adaptive optics, optical coherence tomography, and confocal microscopy– allows imaging of the human eye with unprecedented detail.
Advances in optical biodetection
Light-based techniques reveal biological entities from DNA to pathogens, enabling such advances as point-of-care flow cytometry, super-sensitive diagnostics, and real-time gene analysis.
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