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Search results for: Kishan Dholakia

Imaging through tissue: seeing the unseeable

An innovative way to optically image through tissue could allow a more detailed understanding and diagnosis of early stage cancer.

12 October 2018Research

£5M Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council funding for photonics

Light research could revolutionise the biomedical world

10 August 2017Research

Laser research revolutionises the diagnosis and treatment of dementia and cancer

Innovative research using ultra-pure lasers could benefit researchers looking for new ways to diagnose and treat dementia and cancer

14 July 2017Research

Honour for Professor Kishan Dholakia

Outstanding and exceptional contribution to the strength of physics

30 June 2017Awards

New hope for kidney patients

New microscope developed by St Andrews physicists allows for quicker diagnosis of kidney disease.

3 February 2016Research

Slow light speeds up the microscopic world

Major applications for medical diagnostics

17 September 2015Research

Scientist honoured with Royal Society Leverhulme Trust Senior Fellowship

St Andrews Professor wins award in recognition of world-leading research

7 August 2015Research

Shining a new light on the immune system

Scientists at the University of St Andrews have developed a revolutionary method of identifying cells of the immune system with “molecular fingerprints”.

20 May 2015Research

Researchers break spinning world record

St Andrews achievement appears in Guinness Book of Records

27 March 2015Research

Partnership to develop commercial applications for healthcare

Medical research into cancer and Alzheimer’s

26 March 2015Research