A confocal microscope image shows quantum dots, developed at UB, uptaken by cancer cells.
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BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Efficient and highly scalable new chemical synthesis methods developed at the University at Buffalo's Institute for Lasers, Photonics and Biophotonics have the potential to revolutionize the production of quantum dots for bioimaging and photovoltaic applications.
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