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Researchers this week began work on the CRIMSON project, an effort to develop advanced laser-based coherent Raman scattering microscopy. The transdisciplinary, transnational project aims to develop and introduce a tool capable of creating three-dimensional quantitative maps of subcellular compartments in living cells and organoids. The device will also enable fast-tissue classification with unprecedented biomolecular sensitivity.
The CRIMSON project aims to develop a laser-based coherent Raman scattering microscope. Courtesy of Politecnico di Milano.
Pairing lasing techniques with artificial intelligence data analysis (with high acquisition speed) will allow device users to observe intra- and intercellular dynamic changes through…