Michigan State spin-out Biophotonic raises $1m to support adaptive pulse compression technology.

Biophotonic Solutions (BSI), a spin-out of Michigan State University, has raised $1m in series A funding from the Michigan Angel Fund.

The company is commercialising ultra-fast pulse laser technology, known as a multiphoton intrapulse interference phase scan (MIPPS), currently used in scientific laboratories and make it available in medical and industrial applications.

The pulse lasers are already in use for cataract treatment, yet the complexity of the technology still makes them expensive and challenging to implement due to the need…

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