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Miniature Lens Types and Production for Optical Devices
Miniature Lens Types and Production for Optical Devices
The convenience and size of modern electronics make it easy to overlook the amount of engineering crammed into each device. For instance, most individuals do not consider what went into loading multiple ...
Photonics in Medicine: Top 5 Biomedical Impacts
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 ...
Charge Coupled Devices and CMOS Sensors for Superior Imaging
Charge Coupled Devices and CMOS Sensors for Superior Imaging
Imaging tools help us see into the world that is not possible with our naked eyes. It was with the invention of the microscope and the telescope that big frontiers in science were reached. We unlocked the ...
Lanthanide Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging and Therapy
Lanthanide Nanoparticles for Medical Imaging and Therapy
Non-linear techniques in photonics have opened up new avenues for sensing and manipulating materials. In the 1960s, non-linear techniques were used to discover multiphoton absorption processes in ...
Holographic Technology: More Than Entertainment
Holographic Technology: More Than Entertainment
Comparisons to Film People who are fans of superhero movies will remember that iconic scene in Iron Man where Tony Stark is in his workshop moving around all of the holograms. Even more iconic is that ...
Optical Ultrasound: High Potential to Change Surgical Guidance
Optical Ultrasound: High Potential to Change Surgical Guidance
In modern medicine, the ultrasound is a go-to method for viewing the body’s internal structures, given its non-invasive nature. Ultrasound produces images in real time by relaying high frequency soundwaves ...
Virtual Reality (VR): Bringing CT to the Foreground of Surgery Prep
Virtual Reality (VR): Bringing CT to the Foreground of Surgery Prep
Virtual Reality (VR) has shown promise in displaying complex images in an immersive way. The Army, Air Force, and various police departments across the U.S. use VR to create training programs for ...
Machine Learning Enables OCT Imaging of Optic Nerve Head
Machine Learning Enables OCT Imaging of Optic Nerve Head
Medical imaging of the optic nerve head (ONH) is immensely important to study vision disorders like nearsightedness and glaucoma. Doctors traditionally use optical coherence tomography (OCT scans) to ...
Scheme Update on Tissue Transparency for Cardiac Tissue Imaging
Scheme Update on Tissue Transparency for Cardiac Tissue Imaging
Researchers at the Cardiovascular Surgery Department at the Chinese Academy of Medical Sciences and Peking Union Medical College have developed a new method for intact cardiac tissue imaging. This method, ...