Winlight System and AIP (Leibniz-Institut fur Astrophysik Postdam) announce that they are currently collaborating in a joint-project of technology transfer in order to deploy Winlight System’ spectroscopy tools used on the Multi Unit Spectroscopic Explorer (MUSE) – one of the four second-generation instruments of the Very Large Telescope (VLT), as part of the development of a minimal-invasive optical cancer diagnostics device, able to detect cancer in real time. Ultra-performing, this tool – once designed & developed – would be suitable to perform clinical studies and replace biopsies, which are today the most efficient medical examinations to detect and identify cancer. The Winlight System-AIP project is still under development.
- VLT: The MUSE instrument unveils an unknown “cosmic web” in the Universe
- Very Large Telescope Subaru: A spectrograph of Winlight’s PFS instrument captures a sky spectrum for the first time
- Mars 2020: successful landing of Perseverance rover & Winlight’s optical components!
- Mars 2020: NASA launches successfully the Perseverance rover equipped with the Supercam instrument and Winlight’s optics
- “First light” for the Dark Energy Spectroscopic Instrument (DESI)