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Doing More with Less Through Telepathology

From recent surveys, studies and medical school records, the pathology gap (imbalance between practitioners vs growing incidence of disease) is further exacerbated by impending retirements, a decline in graduation rates...

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Can “Live” Telepathology Improve Pathologist QOL?

It is well known that a physician’s wellbeing and Quality of Life can impact the quality of treatment. [1]  Without specialization, pathologists split their time between anatomical pathology, clinical lab...

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Advantages of Live, Real-Time Telepathology

Digital telepathology technology has revolutionized the pathology workflow. Let's examine its benefits and how the RC500 can help your institution.

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Understanding Depth of Field and Depth of Focus in Microscopes

Wondering how similar or different depth of field and depth of focus are? Let's look at how both are defined and how they differ.

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How Microscopes Support In Vitro Fertilization

One of the great uses of microscopes is in the field of reproductive medicine. Discover how microscopes allow IVF procedures to be successful.

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The Best Microscopes for Educational Environments

Are you an educator on the hunt for new microscopes for your classroom or laboratory? Check out this guide on the best microscopes for educational environments.

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Top Considerations When Buying A Microscopy Camera, PART 8: Controlling Your Camera (software)

Software is often overlooked when choosing a microscopy camera. The software is your interface with the camera, and you should be sure that it performs for your application.

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Top Considerations When Buying A Microscopy Camera, PART 7: Connections & Data Transfer

Consider the microscopy camera connections and data transfer mechanisms meet your needs.

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Top Considerations When Buying A Microscopy Camera, PART 6: Global vs. Rolling Shutter

With microscopy cameras, the term shutter refers to the way the camera sensor transfers the data off the chip.  Global shutters read out the data from the entire sensor at...

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Top Considerations When Buying A Microscopy Camera, PART 5: Noise in Cameras

All cameras have it – noise that is – and it finds its way into your images.  The nature of electronics and signal amplification contribute to noise in your images...

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