Dr Curtis Thompson realised that by adopting a digital workflow, his lab could share whole slide images across multiple locations within its network.
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.
The software can diagnose jaundice in the blink of an eye, automatically turn on an LED light to counteract it and send the diagnosis via SMS to the carer.
The test uses infrared sensors to monitor eye movement and is said to produce accurate results within seconds.
Thermo Scientific Proteome Discoverer 3.0 software combines with the CHIMERYS search engine by MSAID to help Thermo Scientific Orbitrap mass spectrometer users to interpret the data generated by their instruments.
East Trinity Reserve is serving as a pilot for a cloud-based data and analytics transformation for Queensland's Department of Environment and Science.
This Q&A article — featuring three industry experts — explores the role of artificial intelligence and machine learning applications in the digital lab.
Working with consumer-grade tools can often leave lab workers frustrated or stymied because those tools aren't purpose-built for the lab environment.
Royal Philips has partnered with Healius Pathology to deploy a multisite digital pathology system using Philips' IntelliSite Pathology Solution.
The program can count micronuclei from microscope images of stained cells, which should increase the speed and accuracy of micronuclei research.
The OSIC Data Repository currently houses close to 1500 anonymised and quality-controlled scans with accompanying data.
UK and German researchers are developing an artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm with the aim of diagnosing deep vein thrombosis (DVT) more quickly.