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SPIE Photonics West - BiOS 2018 | Call for Papers

SPIE Medical Imaging 2018 | Caall for Papers

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Biomedical Optics & Medical Imaging

Photonics industry leaders at SPIE Remote Sensing and SPIE Security + Defence 2017 paint a vibrant picture of Poland's optics and photonics industry.

14 September 2017
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A plenary talk from SPIE Optics + Photonics 2017.

14 September 2017
Fluorescence, Raman, and nonlinear optical imaging techniques offer subcellular resolution, rapid real-time 3D image acquisition, and the ability to quantitatively analyze the uptake of drugs into skin.
25 August 2017

SPIE Classics celebrates the 100th anniversary of Nikon.

25 July 2017
In a two-step procedure, a low level of lysosomal photodamage can markedly increase damage to mitochondrial sites.
19 June 2017
SPIE leaders join Imperial College's optics centenary celebration
Imperial launched its groundbreaking courses into the science of light just a year after Einstein’s Theory of General Relativity was published.
14 September 2017
DeLIVER project aims for high-resolution study of liver tissues
Bielefeld University and partners will develop methods to study how liver cells change over time.
12 September 2017
University of Bonn probes human retina behavior
Adaptive optics helps reveal how color signals are conveyed on a cellular level.
12 September 2017
Ballistic photons reveal endoscope location during surgery
Edinburgh project could help doctors follow progress of probes within the human body.
5 September 2017