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11 February 2024
Reflecting on Photonics West 24 & BiOS

We extend our profound gratitude to SPIE, the international society for optics and photonics, for organizing Photonics West 24 & BiOS. This event provided us with the invaluable opportunity to connect with new prospects, engage with our longstanding partners, and reunite with friends. As always, the conference was a showcase of spectacular innovation and collaboration, […]

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4 February 2024
Our New Product: The Transmission Fiber Optic Probe!

Introducing art photonics' Latest Innovation: The Transmission Fiber Optic Probe In the demanding field of Lab & Industrial Spectroscopic Applications, the pursuit of precision and reliability is crucial. art photonics is excited to announce the launch of our newest development, the Transmission Probe, a significant step forward in fiber spectroscopy. This probe has been meticulously […]

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Latest Events
19 February 2024
CPAC Rome Workshop | 18-20 März, 2024

Treffen Sie uns beim CPAC Rome Workshop 2024! Wir freuen uns, bekannt zu geben, dass CPAC Rome Workshop | 18-20 März, 2024, der Geschäftsführer von art photonics GmbH, am CPAC Workshop teilnehmen wird, der vom 18. bis 20. März 2024 in der historischen und schönen Stadt Rom, Italien, stattfindet. Das diesjährige CPAC Rome Meeting zielt […]

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19 February 2024
CPAC Rome Workshop | 18-20 March, 2024

We are delighted to announce that Dr. Viacheslav Artyushenko, the CEO of art photonics GmbH, will participate in CPAC Workshop, scheduled for March 18-20, 2024, in the historic and beautiful city of Rome, Italy. This year's CPAC Rome Meeting aims to explore innovative strategies and technologies that are driving the transition towards a Circular Economy, […]

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About Our Company
art photonics GmbH, founded in Berlin in September 1998, is one of the worldwide leaders in development and production of specialty fiber products for a broad spectrum from 300 nm to 16 µm. Unique technologies of Polycrystalline Mid InfraRed (PIR-) fibers and Metal coated Silica fibers are used for assembly of various spectroscopy probes for medical diagnostics and industrial process control, in volume production of fiber for medical and industrial lasers, for different fiber bundles, etc. Since January 2024 art photonics GmbH is a member of NYNOMIC GROUP.

Revolutionize Cancer Diagnosis with Quantum Entangled Photons

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16 March 2023

art photonics is proud to be a part of the Quantum-Enhanced Early Diagnostics (QEED) project, which aims to revolutionize cancer diagnosis and treatment by developing a novel imaging technique based on quantum entangled photon pairs. This technology, known as QEED microscopy, will enable label-free examination of tissue samples in just two minutes, significantly reducing measurement time and allowing for high sample throughput.

Collaborating with three research institutes, two clinical institutes, and five industrial partners, the QEED project is a groundbreaking effort to transfer measurement information from mid-infrared (MIR) to near-infrared (NIR), allowing for faster and more reliable diagnoses, reducing false-negative and false-positive results, and decreasing psychological distress associated with screening.

We are honored to contribute to this innovative project and look forward to the impact it will have on the field of biomedical research and clinical pathology. Found out more about the project on our LinkedIn post.

The QEED Project is funded by Bundesministerium für Bildung und Forschung in the context of the funding program “quantum technologies - from basic research to market”.

Image legend:
Comparison of tissue analysis: Colorectal cancer tissue sample using hematoxylin and eosin staining as
gold standard (A), MIR (QCL)‐ (B) and FTIR‐based imaging system (C). The times shown indicate the
duration of the measurements. Red, pathological regions and infiltrating inflammatory cells; white,
muscle; green, connective tissue; cyan, crypts; and blue, lumen. The comparison shows that the MIR
imaging results are in good agreement with those obtained by FTIR imaging.

Copyright: Klaus Gerwert et.al. SCIENTIFIC REPORTS | (2018) 8:7717 | DOI:10.1038/s41598‐018‐26098‐w

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