Newsletter | January 26, 2005

1.26.05 -- New Methods Of Gene Delivery Using Lasers

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  New Methods Of Gene Delivery Using Lasers
Leading laser scientists at the University of St Andrews have developed a new method of delivering genes to cells using laser light. The new technique, which is cheap and powerful, could have important implications for future studies in biomedicine and healthcare. Optical technology has huge potential for novel developments in the bio-medical field and St Andrews has outstanding research groups in this area. The new method -which involves a miniature violet laser -is cheap, simple, powerful and versatile. Its adaptability means it could have potentially wide medical applications including gene therapy...

Headlines From Photonics West 2005
Bookham New Focus Wins Photonics Circle Of Excellence Award
Optiwave Unveils OptiSystem 4.0 At Photonics West 2005
The SAES Getters Group Announces New Optical-Grade Congruent Lithium Tantalate
Corning Enhances Gradient Index Lens Product Offering
Lumics Introduces TO220 Pump Laser For Fiber Laser
Headwall Photonics Launches Raman Explorer Spectrometer
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