Hey guys, the update went smoothly and the new updated OMERO server is ready to use!
A new version of OMERO with new features and upgrades is out now! I am planning to upgrade the server on Friday, April 14th 2017. The OMERO server will be down the whole day
Happy new year everyone!
I was at a meeting last week where I was discussing 3D analysis and visualization of fluorescent images. Most people are aware of the commercial software that have 3D capabilities, such as Imaris and Arivis, but I was surprised that my colleagues didn’t know about Vaa3D.
The Molecular and Cellular Microscopy Platform (MCMP) is reducing the price of its systems used for stereology and neuron reconstruction to 5$/h. The reason is to make it more affordable to produce large studies involving these techniques since they require significant microscope time.
I’ve got a presentation next week on Monday October 17th at 11am, in the Bowermann Room (Douglas Hospital). I will go over the basics of fluorescence microscopy and discuss the various techniques and applications of fluorescence microscopy. I will also briefly discuss image analysis and which software to use.
For my first year at the facility, I’ve mainly worked on setting up the facility: moving the microscopes, setting up users fees, training the users, etc. Last winter, I’ve set up an OMERO server at the Douglas for image storage and remote analysis.