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Nonlinear Optical Microscopy: From Imaging Molecular Dynamics to Blood Flow in Living Systems

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Nonlinear optical effects can be successfully exploited to generate a quantitative metric of molecular, organelle, cellular, and indeed organ-level dynamics. Further, nonlinear optics can be used to create the very tools essential for these dynamic nonlinear optical studies. We will present our recent results that use nonlinear optics to fabricate novel optical devices which, in turn, are used for nonlinear spectroscopy and imaging.

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