Deep Learning Improves Biomedical Imaging

Artificial intelligence improves quality of images recorded by a relatively new biomedical imaging method

Dynamic Mapping of the Eye Surface

New non-invasive instrument images layers of the eye’s protective tear film with speed and precision

Metasurface with Helical Patterns

New device can control optical fields in three dimensions

Combining Raman and Infrared Spectroscopy

New technology will reveal the structures of molecules with increased detail and specificity

Hand-Held Microwave Imaging

Shrinking bulky imaging systems down to millimeter sized chip could be used to see through walls or detect tumors

Living 3D Displays Recreated

A material system uses electromechanical actuation of twisted spiral artificial muscles

Compound Lenses Inspired by the Mosquito Eye

Bionic device could someday find applications in autonomous vehicles, robots or medical devices

Nanolaser Could Function inside Living Tissue

Tiny light source has potential to treat neurological disorders or sense disease biomarkers

Scan Makes Eye Diseases Visible at an Early Stage

Raman / OCT device delivers diagnosis in a few minutes

Miniaturizing Medical Imaging, Sensing Technology

High quality medical images produced using a microchip