Researchers have managed to make intact human organs transparent, and subsequently used microscopic imaging to reveal the underlying complex structures of these organs at the cellular level.
AI has identified features relevant to cancer prognosis that were not previously noted by pathologists, leading to a higher accuracy of prostate cancer recurrence.
Merck has introduced its BrightLab cloud-based inventory management and instrument connectivity platform for research scientists. The software includes an electronic lab notebook, which allows scientists and lab managers to track and update experiments from any computer or mobile device.
Patients with neurological disorders, who may have impaired movement, could in future have their conditions assessed remotely rather than needing to meet with a doctor face to face.
The ATCC Genome Portal is a publicly available database of reference-quality genome sequences matched to authenticated ATCC biological materials.
Imaging the brain's activity in various states is important to get a more accurate picture of how depression manifests in a particular patient.
Thermo Scientific Avizo2D is an AI-powered automated imaging and analysis software designed to help materials and life science researchers acquire fast statistics from their electron microscopy (EM) images without extensive image processing expertise.
As a central facility for storing blood and tissue samples, the Auckland Region Tissue Bank has a library that could hold the secrets to unlocking cures for chronic diseases and illnesses.
Bitplane's Imaris 9.3 is a software solution for correlative microscopy, enabling the possibility of opening multiple 2D, 3D or 4D datasets of differing spatial and temporal resolutions in the same scene.
While striving to remain on the cutting edge of scientific discovery, researchers need more agile and powerful computing in order to drive towards a better future for everyone.