Non-invasive colour analysis of cells could one day be used in diagnostics, a proof-of-concept study has shown.
As a vibrant research field, biophotonics is exciting researchers the world over. Its primary goal? To create non-invasive, fast and effective ways to diagnose and treat disease.
What do an archaelogist, a Jungian analyst and an art historian have in common? They are just some of the guests of the Colour Colloquium being held at UNSW's COFA next month.