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Photonics in Medicine: Top 5 Biomedical Impacts
Researchers began manipulating laser technologies to use in scientific research long time ago. Which began as abstract exploration of the behavior of light and its interaction with nature, soon turned into ...
Gold Nanoparticle Laser Therapy in the Fight Against MDR Bacteria
The rise of multi-drug resistant (MDR) bacteria has become a big issue in modern day medicine. With globalization and frequent travel creating the perfect conditions for disease spreading (as we see today ...
Hyperspectral Imaging for Thyroid and Salivary Gland Tumor Detection
Thyroid and Salivary Gland Tumor Detection Salivary gland tumors and thyroid tumors are both considered head and neck cancers, so they are often grouped together when discussing diagnoses or treatments. ...
Using LEDs to Test G-Force Tolerance in Air Force Pilots
G-Force  and Training Pilots of Highly Maneuverable Aircraft Gravitational force equivalent or g-force describes the acceleration of a body relative to the acceleration of gravity at the Earth’s ...
Fluorescence Microscopy: Multiphoton and Other Techniques
Fluorescence Microscopy is a Light Microscopy technique that utilizes fluorescence and phosphorescence to capture images of organic or inorganic structures. It is one of the most common instruments in ...
OLED Production: Composition and Color Patterning Techniques
Organic Light-Emitting Diodes (OLEDs) are most famously known for their use in foldable smart phone displays. From the Samsung Galaxy Fold to the Huawei Mate X (2019), these devices offer huge screens that ...
UV-DOAS Spectroscopy For Atmospheric Monitoring
Ultraviolet Doppler Optical Absorption Spectroscopy (UV-DOAS) is a long distance measurement technique used for detecting chemicals in the atmosphere. This technology is important in our modern world where ...
Ring Laser Gyroscopes for Inertial Navigation and Transportation Systems
Ring laser gyroscopes have come a long way since the first prototypes. The first gyrocompass was co-invented in 1908 by Elmer Sperry, a.k.a “the father of modern navigation technology,” and ...
VLC Enabled Indoor Navigation Systems for Visually Impaired People
VLC a.k.a Visual Light Communication Indoor Navigation systems are part of an inclusive, smart technology future for the visually impaired. As of 2018, there are about 1.3 billion people worldwide that ...
Minimally-Invasive Screening for Early Cervical Cancer Diagnosis
Modern Cervical Cancer Diagnoses and Statistics The World Health Organization estimates that there were 570,000 new cervical cancer diagnoses last year. This includes over 13,000 cases in the United States ...