Computing hardware/software

The future of digital pathology

25 April, 2022 by Kees Wesdorp* | Supplied by: Philips Healthcare

The rapid adoption of digital pathology services has been critical in ensuring the continuation of clinical services during the pandemic.

Mapping the growth and decline of the brain over a lifetime

15 April, 2022 by Craig Brierley

An international team of researchers has created a series of brain charts spanning our entire lifespan — from a 15-week-old foetus to a 100-year-old adult.

Molecular Devices Axon Digidata 1550B low-noise data acquisition system plus HumSilencer

14 April, 2022 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

The Axon Digidata 1550B plus HumSilencer, from Molecular Devices, is an analog-to-digital signal converter featuring an innovative line synchronous noise-cancelling feature.

Bitplane Imaris 9.9 image analysis software

05 April, 2022 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

Bitplane has released Imaris 9.9, the latest version of its microscopy image analysis software, suited to applications such as cancer, cell biology, developmental biology and neuroscience.

The lab of the 21st century

28 March, 2022 by Daniela Jansen, Director of Product Marketing, BIOVIA, Dassault Systèmes | Supplied by: BIOVIA, Dassault Systèmes

The key to digital — and even more for digitalised lab operations — is connectivity to build the foundation for a new way of working.

Aplex ViTAM-9B stainless steel panel PCs

25 March, 2022 | Supplied by: Interworld Electronics and Computer Industries

Aplex's ViTAM-9B series stainless steel panel PCs are designed for a wide variety of industrial applications where sanitation is of serious concern, including food and beverage manufacturing.

Beckman Coulter Life Sciences Cytobank cytometry software version 9.1

24 March, 2022 | Supplied by: Beckman Coulter Australia

Cytobank is a cloud-based analysis solution for cytometry data that provides powerful visual data management and controlled data sharing.

Cytiva SampLink ver 1.0 control software for ALIAS autosamplers

01 March, 2022 | Supplied by: Global Life Sciences solutions Pty Ltd trading as Cytiva

The software is designed to provide a more user-friendly solution when using ALIAS autosamplers together with ÄKTA lab-scale systems.

AI diagnoses prostate cancer as accurately as specialists

25 February, 2022

AI systems can diagnose prostate cancer biopsies with the same level of accuracy as specialist uropathologists, and better than many general pathologists.

Computer vision system analyses cells in microscopy videos

15 February, 2022

The system allows automatic analysis of biomedical videos captured by microscopy in order to characterise and describe the behaviour of the cells that appear in the images.

APLEX Technology ViTAM-921B IP66/IP69K stainless steel panel PC

01 February, 2022 | Supplied by: Interworld Electronics and Computer Industries

The ViTAM-921B 21.5″ stainless steel HMI panel PC is a fully sealed, IP66/IP69K, all-in-one computer.

AI imaging tech diagnoses COVID-19 in minutes

25 January, 2022

The technique uses an AI process known as deep convolutional neural network, an algorithm typically used to analyse visual imagery, to make a diagnosis.

New paradigm for the reference laboratory: why CTA Lab invested in digital pathology

14 December, 2021 | Supplied by: Philips Healthcare

Dr Curtis Thompson realised that by adopting a digital workflow, his lab could share whole slide images across multiple locations within its network.

VR tool helps scientists study cells of interest

03 December, 2021

Using a VR headset, the user has a complete universe of cell populations in front of them and can better determine how cells relate to one another.

How blockchain can transform life sciences

30 November, 2021 by Dhannu Daniel, Life Sciences Lead, Accenture ANZ | Supplied by: Accenture Australia Ltd

There is a great opportunity for life sciences to demonstrate blockchain's problem-solving potential and influence broader industrial adoption.

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