Computing hardware/software

AI camera tech could help quickly identify serious infections

18 June, 2024

A combination of camera technology, software and AI has the potential to assess the severity of an infection simply by scanning the patient's face for 30 seconds.

CIA Labs embraces LIMS to drive efficiency, best practice

12 June, 2024 | Supplied by: Autoscribe Informatics Pty Ltd

CIA Labs recently streamlined its approval process, reduced the burden of paperwork and improved overall turnaround times by adopting Autoscribe Informatics' LIMS.

Machine learning identifies 800,000+ antimicrobial peptides

06 June, 2024

An international research team has used machine learning to search for antibiotics in a vast dataset containing the recorded genomes of tens of thousands of bacteria and other primitive organisms.

AI platform makes microscopy image analysis more accessible

03 June, 2024

DL4MicEverywhere makes artificial intelligence (AI) accessible for analysing microscopy images, empowering researchers regardless of their computational expertise.

Eppendorf VisioNize Lab Suite

01 June, 2024 | Supplied by: Eppendorf South Pacific Pty Ltd

The VisioNize Lab Suite is an intuitive cloud-based platform designed to streamline lab management practices, seamlessly connecting and managing a wide range of lab equipment — from freezers to electronic pipettes.

New method for assessing red blood cell deformability

16 May, 2024

Using image-based deep learning and dynamic shape classification techniques, researchers have developed a novel method of checking red blood cell deformability that is said to be less invasive.

Yokogawa CellVoyager CV8000 high-content screening system

15 April, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The high-end, high-content analysis system features a cell incubator with an airtight design that facilitates the observation of cell behaviour over long periods of time.

MBF Bioscience MicroDynamix spine analysis software

08 April, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

MicroDynamix by MBF Bioscience enables visualisation and quantification changes in spine morphology in repeated in vivo imaging experiments in neuroscience.

Potential pandemic prevention strategy raises ethical dilemmas

21 March, 2024

Locking down the most at-risk group of people, while simultaneously promoting infection in other groups in order to reach herd immunity, could be the best way to protect the high-risk groups.

Cloud-hosted LIMS webinar: 10 things to know before you jump

14 March, 2024 | Supplied by: Autoscribe Informatics Pty Ltd

Autoscribe Informatics took the opportunity in a recent webinar — now available on demand — to discuss the much-misunderstood subject of cloud-hosted laboratory software solutions.

Underground nuclear tests now 99% detectable, scientists say

07 March, 2024

It has previously been tricky to differentiate between nuclear explosions and other seismic sources, such as naturally occurring earthquakes or man-made noise above ground.

Database of 'forever chemicals' will help scientists monitor pollution

04 March, 2024

It has previously been difficult to maintain a central database that collects and organises the scientific community's knowledge about known and unknown PFAS chemical structures.

AI can detect COVID and other conditions from chest X-rays

31 January, 2024

As scientists compare different AI models to improve automated chest X-ray interpretation, a new AI system has been found to detect COVID-19 with 98% accuracy.

Image integrity best practice: the problem with altering western blots

22 January, 2024 | Supplied by: Proofig

Image integrity issues are most likely to come from western blots, so researchers and institutions must take care when using these images in their content.

Oxford Instruments Imaris 10.1 image analysis software with AI

02 January, 2024 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

This latest release integrates AI segmentation tools into the main image analysis workflows, improving ease of use and providing better and more versatile segmentation tools.

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