Computing hardware/software > Image analysis

Surface imaging and analysis software

06 March, 2008

Pico Image is a modular atomic force microscope (AFM) imaging and analysis software package designed for AFM users working in a wide range of research applications. Pico Image analyses image data and generates dynamic, highly detailed surface analysis reports with power and ease.


Gel documentation and analysis system

07 July, 2006

From basic fluorescence to powerful chemiluminescence gel imaging applications and 2D gel imaging and analysis, PerkinElmer builds on its reputation for state-of-the-art instrumentation, reagents, software and laboratory support services to bring you a high-performance family of bio-imaging systems.


Focusing on the tiniest things

20 June, 2006

Researchers at Cornell University have developed a technique to get closer look at individual atoms within crystal molecules.


A new 'phase' for biological imaging

30 December, 2005

Researchers have demonstrated a practical x-ray device that provides 2- and 3-dimensional images of soft biological tissue with details that are ordinarily hard to discern with conventional x-ray imaging.


Particle image analyser

08 December, 2005

The Morphologi G2 high sensitivity particle image analyser uses digital image analysis and automated microscopy to measure both particle size and particle shape.


Live cell camera

10 October, 2005

The Ixon DV885 is the latest addition to the Andor family of EMCCD (electron multiplying) cameras. The Ixon camera features high sensitivity, which makes it suitable for live cell imaging applications.


Large detection array digital camera

18 July, 2005

The QImaging Retiga 2000R combines the same features afforded by the Retiga 1300R camera line with a larger pixel array (1600 x 1200) for increased field of view and total well capacity.


Imager enhanced

16 March, 2005

Raytek has enhanced its ThermoView Ti30 thermal imager, making it easier for beginners to achieve professional results.


Imaging apparatus characterises drops in 'dirty' laboratory environments

08 March, 2003

A high-fidelity spectrometric system for studying the behaviour of drops and particles in industrial flame reactors has been constructed by researchers at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


Finding new meaning in microscope images

08 October, 2002

A team of computer scientists working with cell biologists at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has created BioSig, a web-based bioinformatic system that links collections of microscope images to a wide variety of quantitative experimental data


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