Focus on Microscopy
We are at the FOCUS ON MICROSCOPY conference in Porto this week! Our team is thrilled to present our novel NOCTUA stimulated Raman imaging system, which allows for highly specific imaging of living cells without the need for fluorescent labels. By exciting intrinsic molecular bonds in the specimen, we can provide novel insights into cellular processes like lipid metabolism and pharmacokinetics. Come meet Niklas Lüpken and Max Brinkmann to see how we can upgrade your microscope and take your research to the next level!
PW Exhibition 2023
Photonics West exhibition is in full swing and a big success for us. Stop by our booth 3342 to learn about
High purity single photon generation with our Picus Q, tunable picosecond laser.
Label-free, chemically specific cell and tissue imaging with our stimulated Raman imaging solution.
Refined Laser Systems raised 2.7 Mio. € to diagnose cancer in minutes
Very exciting news from Refined Laser Systems! We’ve developed an innovative microscopy procedure that can support pathology in diagnosing cancer within minutes and avoid revision surgeries. With funding led by High-Tech Gründerfonds and APEX Ventures, alongside Onsight Ventures, NRW.BANK, Papst Venture Capital, we’re able to develop an intraoperative microscope that identifies tumor margins directly in the surgery room. With a diagnosis within minutes by a remote pathologist and AI assistance, we’re changing the game for cancer diagnosis. We are very grateful for the support and guidance of our investors and business angels, including Thomas Merk, former EVP of leading laser manufacturer Coherent, Hans-Michael Hauser, former partner at BCG, and biophotonics expert Dr. Werner Falkenstein. A huge thank you to our team, mentors, friends, and supporters for helping us reach this great milestone!
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Photonics West 2023
Exciting news! At this year’s Photonics West, Refined Laser Systems will be sponsoring the Advanced Chemical Microscopy conference. We’re looking forward to many exciting talks about stimulated Raman imaging and its fascinating applications.
We’re particularly excited to showcase the newest improvements of our Stimulated Raman Imaging technology in our talk 12392-56 and at our booth 3342. Don’t miss the opportunity to see us in action and learn more about our innovative solutions. See you at Photonics West!
Interview at Medica Trade Fair
Our CEO Max Brinkmann explained in an interview how duration and cost of cancer treatment can be reduced by label-free, intraoperative diagnostics with stimulated Raman imaging.
Medica Trade Fair
We are at MEDICA – Leading International Trade Fair this week presenting how duration and cost of cancer treatment can be reduced by label-free, intraoperative diagnostics with stimulated Raman imaging.
Join us at our booth C80, hall 3 in Düsseldorf.
RamanFest in Paris
We are at the RamanFest in Paris. We are very excited to be an official partner of the event and to discuss the various applications of Raman imaging.
ESULaB in Jena
This week we are taking part in the ESULaB symposium in Jena to discuss the latest trends and developments in biophotonics driven by ultrafast lasers. Meet us at our poster about High-speed Multicolor Stimulated Raman Imaging Enabled by a Compact and Robust Light Source.
LASER World of Photonics
We are at the LASER World of Photonics exhibition. We are looking forward to engage with you in person again at our booth B6-139. Come talk to us about our PICUS series of tunable picosecond fiber lasers.
Optica Biophotonics Congress
Currently Max Brinkmann is on his way to the Optica Biophotonics Congress taking place from the 24.4. – 27.4. in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. An international forum focusing on technological solutions for medical challenges and applications where in the back of the minds of many attendees will be the question of clinical translation—of how to take a promising technology out of the lab, and get it into the hands of physicians to the benefit of patients. He will present our solutions for „High-Content Cell and Tissue Imaging With Stimulated Raman Scattering Microscopy“ to the audience. We are excited to engage with all of you finally in person again!