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#ALT# Translational Biophotonics - New Open Access Journal published by Wiley

Translational Biophotonics is a peer-reviewed, open access journal dedicated to translating photonic methods and technologies in all medical areas to solve unmet medical needs in diagnosis and therapy. It provides a platform for integrating translational medical photonics research into clinical practice. Find out more here and submit your paper today.

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With life science research development and its efforts to reveal more and more ultrastructural detail, imaging methods need to cover a broad spectra of demanding applications. Recent investigations of cell morphology, development of biocompatible materials, tissue engineering research, microbiology, pharmacology, food and cosmetic studies rely on advanced imaging techniques.
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    KeysightHow Digital Pathology has Developed
Substantial improvements in the way pathology is delivered have long been promised by digital technology. However, uptake has been slow for a number of reasons. A combination of financial constraints, practical obstacles and the mindset of pathologists have hindered its progress. However, the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center have been looking into new ways to deliver these changes in pathology that many people may argue is long overdue.
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 New imaging methods provide unprecedented close-up view of cilia linked to blindness
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 Evaluating Deep Learning Methods for Identifying Nuclei
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 AI could help revolutionize pathology laboratories
AI could help revolutionize pathology laboratoriesAn upgrade in The University of Queensland’s artificial intelligence capabilities could help to revolutionise pathology laboratories across Australia. Professor Brian Lovell said UQ’s high-performance computer, Weiner, was now able to deliver unprecedented performance for image processing and deep learning algorithms, allowing advancements in digital pathology.
 Confocal Reflection Microscopy for Cell Migration Studies
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