3D Microscopy Keeps Getting Faster, Smarter, Leaner

Matthew Hammer

With each passing day, continuous advancements are being made in the studies that cutting-edge instruments can perform and in the complexity of the biological samples that are being examined. The number of characteristics that can be scanned and the volume of information that is available for researchers to gather only seem to grow. Perhaps one of the most helpful uses for pattern-recognition software is in cellular imaging, where microscopy software advances are helping laboratory leaders make better-informed decisions on 3D imaging tools by lowering barriers, improving workflows, and reducing equipment lifecycle costs.

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