Scientists develop a tunable bio-imaging device using terahertz plasmonics
Non-invasive terahertz sensing could be a game changer for future diagnostics
Researchers at Tokyo Tech have developed an easy-to-use, tunable biosensor tailored for the terahertz (THz) range. Images of mouse organs obtained using their new device verify that the sensor is capable of distinguishing between different tissues. The achievement expands possibilities for terahertz applications in biological analysis and future diagnostics.