1. Quantum OCT images biological sample

    For the first time, quantum optical coherence tomography (QOCT)1 has been proved viable for imaging biological samples. M. Boshra Nasr, a postdoctoral researcher in Boston University’s Quantum Imaging Laboratory led the work that has produced the first such experimental QOCT images. The approach is appealing because, unlike classical OCT, QOCT is inherently immune to group-velocity dispersion (GVD), which degrades the axial resolution. This immunity is a result of the frequency entanglement inhe
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