Biophotonics group wins big at the Dodd-Walls Centre virtual symposium

Congratulations to Ashly Jose, Mykola Zlygostiev and Matthew Goodwin for their achievements at the 2020 Dodd-Walls Centre virtual symposium. Their research talks were part of the six presentations selected for the student prize talks. Ashly's talk focused on the development of a customised two-photon microscope for imaging brain activity in rodents. Mykola gave a presentation on human colon cancer cell lines using optical coherence tomography while Mathew's talk was on the Interrogation of equine cartilage degeneration with near-infrared light.