Photonics4Life gathers the human resources, the infrastructure, the capabilities, the expertise and knowledge of more than 50 top-research institutes in the field of Biophotonics. With its partners it spans across the value chain from photonic components to applications and from fundamental to applied research. P4L maps, structures and integrates the research and developments across the subdisciplines of photonics for
The network bridges the gap between basic research in physics and chemistry, evaluation of methods by biologists, application oriented development of biophotonic components and systems by engineers and medical or biological research and applications by medical doctors.
Although P4L is driven by academic institutes it has a close link to industry through its industrial user club (IUC). The IUC is the link between P4L and industry to exchange R&D results, to jointly start additional activities or novel projects and to create innovations, enhancing the competitiveness of Europe‘s biophotonics related industry. Through the IUC awareness is created of the added value which new developments in biphotonics offer in biomedical and health sciences. In collaboration with industry P4L strongly contributes to solve the biggest global problem of exploiding health care costs by providing means of a non-invasive, affordable and optimized health care.
Companies which become a member of P4L’s industrial user club will get access to all the information on biophotonics and on the expertise and collabortion opportunities in P4L as well as on related methodologies and technologies, continuously gathered by the network and provided through its knowledge management centre. Two membership possibilities offer flexible integration into Europe's biggest Biophotonics Network.
On April 15, 2014, Photonics4Life organized an interdisciplinary workshop of Biophotnics at this years’ Photonics Europe.
The presentations held during this workshop are now online:
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The 24th International Congress on Raman Spectroscopy (ICORS 2014) in Jena will be the place where all major developments in the broad field of Raman spectroscopy will be presented and discussed. Ranging from ultra short and ultra small techniques to applications in life sciences to geology the conference will provide a platform for in-depth scientific discussions of all major topics related to Raman spectroscopy. [more]
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