Optics.org highlights InSPECT spectral sensing development for fast tissue diagnosis at low-cost
InSPECT (from Integrated Spectrometers for Spectral Tissue Sensing) aims to facilitate the integration of miniaturized spectral sensing devices for clinically useful tissue analysis. Minimally invasive image-guided surgical procedures enable clinicians to identify cancerous tumors or other medical conditions.
The InSPECT consortium is designing a miniature broadband LED-based light source emitting across the visible, near- and short-wave infrared ranges, from 400 to 1700 nanometers. It is also developing a novel low-cost broadband spectrometer platform, allowing techniques based around the new source to translate more smoothly into clinical environments than current instrumental systems may allow.
Read the article published at optics.org here.