1. Imaging technologies take charge in the war on cancer

    Quantitative spectroscopy, elastic light scattering, optical frequency-domain imaging, in vivo fluorescent imaging, vibrational microspectroscopy—these and similar optical techniques have made molecular imaging the fastest-growing approach to understanding and diagnosing cancers today. Researchers in biomedicine and physical science highlighted their efforts last November at Optical Imaging for Medicine and Biology: Applications in Cancer Detection, a one-day seminar hosted by Boston University
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