From January 27th to February 1st, the latest findings of the CRIMSON project were presented at the SPIE Photonics West conference in San Francisco. Led by project coordinator Prof. Dario Polli, a team of researchers had the opportunity to discuss their recent work through several presentations.
Coherent Raman techniques provide a way to visualize the chemical groups that are present in samples without using any labelling.
Nadja Ziller, our latest addition to the innovative Biophotonics research group, joins us with an impressive academic background and remarkable success in her recent completion of her doctoral studies.
Active Fiber Systems (AFS) recently delivered two state-of-the-art Tunable Dual Wavelength Picosecond Fiber Lasers to the project partners of Cambridge Raman Imaging and Lightcore Technologies.
Within the CRIMSON project, Institut Fresnel CNRS has demonstrated that coherent Stokes Raman scattering (CSRS), also known as SCissoRS, is a relevant contrast mechanism to image chemical bonds in a variety of biologically relevant samples.
A groundbreaking scientific study, emerging from the CRIMSON project and recently published in the esteemed international journal "Science Advances", has delved into a previously poorly understood facet of cancer: therapy-induced senescence in tumor cells.
The CRIMSON general meeting was held from 19th -20th June 2023 in Milan, Italy. In this video, the following partners describe their role in the project, highlighting achievements, encountered challenges, and the overall progress made
The second in-person general meeting of the H2020 project CRIMSON was held on Monday 19th and Tuesday 20th of June 2023 in Milan, Italy. The 10 partners convened to discuss project progress and future developments.