Innovative research using ultra-pure lasers, led by the University of St Andrews and M Squared, could benefit researchers looking for new ways to diagnose and treat dementia and cancer.
Laser-based imaging techniques using light scattering will be applied in medical research for early diagnosis of cancer and other diseases, together with research into measurement techniques which use light scattering and interference. It is hoped that the results will transform current diagnosis and treatment capabilities.
Funding for the revolutionary research will come from the Prosperity Partnerships, a new £78 million government fund from the Engineer…
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