Optics and spectroscopy have the potential to underpin fundamental advances in our understanding of molecular and cellular processes. This potential may be realised in nanoscale studies of single molecules, through the mesoscale of individual live cells up to the macroscale of in-vivo disease diagnosis and imaging.
Recent developments in laser and light detection technology allow imaging of biological materials with unprecedented detail. In particular, imaging techniques based on molecular spectroscopy can detect small chemical alterations in cells and tissue with sub-micron scale resolution, providing insight into cellular processes and allowing label-free diagnosis of diseases.
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