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About Biophotonics.World

Biophotonics.World serves the worldwide biophotonics community as a central access point for latest news and articles about recent scientific developments in academia and industry and provides up-to-date information on upcoming workshops and conferences. On top of that, Biophotonics.World offers a unique networking platform connecting researchers and end users, who can share and discuss important findings, establish new contacts, find cooperation partners and discover organizations, publishers and companies in the field. Interactive components allow users to set up their own profile, share content, comment on others’ posts, send private messages, customize their individual newsfeed and follow other users, groups and organizations.

Biophotonics.World was initiated by the worldwide consortium Biophotonics4Life and is operated by Leibniz Institute of Photonic Technology in Jena, Germany.

Vision

Utilize photonic technologies to discover new approaches in life sciences and revolutionize diagnosis and therapy to enhance the quality of life.

Mission

Enable scientists and end-users to jointly exploit the full potential of biophotonics by bringing the worldwide community closer together.



The Team

Jürgen Popp

Jürgen Popp
Publisher

Andrea Borowsky

Andrea Borowsky
Project Management

Daniel Siegesmund

Daniel Siegesmund
Public Relations

Anja Schulz

Anja Schulz
Editorial Staff

Katrin Uhlig

Katrin Uhlig
Art Director



Testimonials

Dennis L. Matthews
Many of us have sat together with colleagues from all over the world and identified the need to bring the biophotonics community closer together. I am very pleased to see that the new Biophotonics.World website offers an ideal platform to connect with fellow researchers, initiate constructive discussions and form fruitful collaborations in order to foster our global community of researchers and end-users.

Dennis L. Matthews

Katarina Svanberg
Biophotonics.World offers the unique combination of a news and a networking platform focusing on biophotonics, making our daily life in research easier. Especially for young scientists this will be extremely useful to stay up-to-date, keep themselves informed about professional opportunities and promote their career.

Katarina Svanberg

David Sampson
We are delighted to see the launch of Biophotonics.World take place at ICOB2017 in Australia. New connections that have been established during the meeting can be carried forward and strengthened online. I am convinced that the new platform will be a great tool for researchers in the field to stay in touch and continue to network.

David Sampson