Tag: Science

Is the Pen Mightier Than the Scalpel?

| September 13, 2017 | 0 Comments

Although a surgeon’s goal is to remove cancer in its entirety during excision surgery, achieving negative margins (absence of cancer cells at the outer edge of the excised tumor specimen) can be challenging. To facilitate intraoperative diagnosis, Zhang et al. from multiple institutions in Texas developed a handheld pen-like device that rapidly identifies the molecular profile of […]

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We Have a Winner! Raffle for a Voloom License

| January 28, 2015 | 0 Comments

Thanks to everyone who participated in our recent draw for a 6 month license of microDimensions Voloom! The winner of a free license for Voloom, the fastest and most versatile software for histology 3D reconstruction, has been drawn. Among all the 29 entries we received from the announcement in mid-December to the deadline on January […]

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New Features in microDimensions Voloom 2.2

| November 9, 2014 | 0 Comments

3D Histology Made Simple Voloom 2.2 was released on Wednesday, 5 November 2014 and is available to all customers with a current maintenance plan. This version contains several improvements for customers working with (non-WSI) camera microscopes, features maximum intensity projection renderings for fluorescence as well as color-deconvolved brightfield images, allows the export of color-deconvolved image […]

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microDimensions Voloom with New Features

| July 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

3D Histology Made Simple microDimensions Voloom is the fastest and most versatile software for the 3D reconstruction and analysis of serially sectioned histology specimens. Voloom 2.1 has just been released with exciting new features, especially for users that are also working with Imaris® (from Bitplane) or with fluorescence data. Register now for a free webinar […]

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