Photonics Dictionary


The technology that deals with the interaction of organic materials with light and other forms of radiant energy whose quantum unit is the photon. This includes the emission, detection, absorption, deflection, selection, modification and creation of radiation by and from all living organisms and organic materials. Biophotonics has many applications in the fields of medicine, genetics, biology, agriculture and environmental science.
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