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Adam Bauer, PhD, and members of the Functional Neuroimaging and Biophotonics Lab attended the 2019 Optical Society of America Biophotonics Congress, which brings together leaders in the field of biological and medical research utilizing optical technologies.
With more than 80 invited speakers, the annual meeting — themed “Optics in the Life Sciences” and held in Tucson, Arizona — highlighted the latest advances in molecular probe development, life science imaging, novel and more-powerful optical instrumentation and its application to study fundamental biological processes and clinical investigations.
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