In an interview with Technology Networks, Rajannya Sen, a PhD student at University College Cork, shares how she uses the ASI TPX3CAM in her research.

Rajannya’s research focuses on the development and application of a fluorescence lifetime imaging (FLIM) macro-imager for metabolic assessment of living tissue samples for hypoxia conditions in advanced disease models. With the results of this research Rahannya hopes to contribute to reducing the number of cases of non-communicable diseases (NCDs).

According to Rajannya, the TPX3CAM is beneficial for her research as it is “single photon sensitive, compact, flexible, and fast, and can image samples up to several centimetres in size with a high spatial and temporal resolution“.

Read the full interview here:

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