Computing hardware/software > Image analysis

MBF Bioscience BrainMaker for 3D brain reconstructions

04 October, 2016

Used in applications in neuroscience research, MBF Bioscience's BrainMaker generates high-resolution 3D reconstructions from serial sections imaged with whole slide scanners and research microscopes.


MBF Bioscience Neurolucida 360 for automatic neuron reconstruction

27 September, 2016

Neurolucida 360, from MBF Bioscience, is a neuroscience research tool for obtaining data about the size, shape and complexity of neurons from image stacks and big image data.


Media Cybernetics Image-Pro Premier v9.2 2D image analysis software

23 May, 2016

Image-Pro Premier, by Media Cybernetics, is a 2D image analysis software package that offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, count, measure, analyse and share images and data.


Accelerating development of a single-molecule localisation and tracking technique

29 April, 2016 by Maged F Serag*

Single-molecule localisation and tracking (SMLT) is a technique for characterising the motion of individual molecules.


PerkinElmer Operetta CLS high-content analysis system

29 January, 2016

The Operetta CLS system combines speed and sensitivity with powerful and intuitive data analysis.


Image recognition software for plants

24 August, 2015

Thanks to a computer program developed at Edith Cowan University, plant classification could become as simple as taking a photo.


Synbiosis Chromogenic ID software module for ProtoCOL 3 and Protos 3 colony counters

07 August, 2015

Synbiosis has announced the availability of its next-generation Chromogenic ID software module for the ProtoCOL 3 and Protos 3 colony counters. The powerful software means microbiologists can identify and count any bacteria or yeast cultured on chromogenic plates from E&O Laboratories and CHROMagar in seconds.


Citizen scientists to conduct a census of the universe

03 August, 2015

As part of National Science Week, citizen scientists are being asked to help in classifying thousands of galaxies located 800 million to 4 billion light years away.


Thermo Fisher Scientific CellInsight CX5 high-content screening platform

03 July, 2014

The Thermo Scientific CellInsight CX5 high-content screening (HCS) platform, a quantitative imaging and analysis platform powered by Thermo Scientific HCS Studio 2.0 Cell Analysis Software, is said to advance technologies and options for single cell analysis across the company's high-content analysis portfolio.


WITec Suite imaging software

29 May, 2014

WITec Suite software is now available for all WITec imaging systems. It was developed to acquire and process large data volumes of large-area, high-resolution measurements and 3D imaging while providing speed, performance and usability.


Media Cybernetics Image-Pro Premier v9.1 image analysis software

14 April, 2014

Image-Pro Premier image analysis software from Media Cybernetics offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, enhance, measure, compare, analyse, automate and share images and valuable data.


PathXL TissueMark tissue sample marking software

14 April, 2014

TissueMark software developed by PathXL provides pathologists with the potential to measure hundreds of cancer characteristics in tissue. The product is said to improve the way laboratories approach the process of determining the percentage of tumour contained within any given sample.


Media Cybernetics Image-Pro Premier image analysis software

02 October, 2013

Image-Pro Premier image analysis software offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, enhance, measure, compare, analyse, automate and share images and data.


Thermo Scientific HCS Studio Software

17 May, 2013

Thermo Scientific HCS Studio Software is a suite of high-content imaging and analysis applications offering researchers the ability to easily and quickly interact with and analyse cell images and corresponding data.


Dark matter movie finds worldwide audience

18 March, 2013

Digital planetariums worldwide have snapped up a fulldome movie produced by The University of Western Australia (UWA) which uses stunning simulations made inside supercomputers to explain the science around dark matter - the missing 80% of the universe’s mass.


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