A tiny fibre sensor for measuring conditions in the lung….

Very happy this is finally published, it's taken a while..... I think this work really well describes the combination of technologies across a collaboration to do something really nice (and it looks kind of cool!) A few of my notes on the content below:   High fidelity fibre-based physiological sensing deep in tissue Scientific Reports, …

Ratiometric spectral imaging through fibre to make the bacteria shine…..

https://doi.org/10.1364/BOE.10.001856 I really like this one, tackling a Proteus challenge of making those annoying green fluorophores stand out against the green lung tissue in fluorescence imaging. But green doesn't just mean green, it's all about the shades of green..... https://youtu.be/tn5YsW2TJH8 So, in fluorescence imaging when pumped with blue light, normally the resulting "green" light coming …

Photon 18

Three talks in a row at Photon18 this year from me and my students. Katjana gives an invited talk on time resolved spectroscopy. Helen covers the latest results on multispectral imaging. I give an overview of medical device location with time resolved single photon imaging.   Should be fun.....