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Microscopy and imaging

Subspecialties Histology

Gross Examination: Tweet of the Month

| Cory Nash

Cory Nash shares wise words on the value of every specimen

Subspecialties Digital and computational pathology

From Stain to Shining Stain

| Cynthia Cohen

Cynthia Cohen describes over 40 years of progress in immunohistochemistry and how it has shaped the workflow of the medical laboratory

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Pathologists and AI – Working Together

| Andrew Schaumberg

To make best use of AI, it must be responsive and adapt to pathologists’ needs

Subspecialties Forensics

Image of the Month

Discover the appearance of a dinosaur malignancy! Researchers have found the first-ever osteosarcoma in a Centrosaurus apertus

Inside the Lab Microscopy and imaging

Image of the Month: X-Ray Vision

A new technique for imaging proteins in 3D at nanoscale resolution reveals the concentrations of erbium and zinc in an E. coli cell

Diagnostics Microscopy and imaging

Print Your Own Microscope

| Luke Turner

A new open-source design allows schools, homes, and labs to 3D-print their own customizable and affordable microscopes

Inside the Lab Microscopy and imaging

3D Tissue Staining Visualizes Whole Organs

| Luke Turner

A new approach to 3D tissue staining provides a detailed insight into whole organs at the cellular level

Inside the Lab Technology and innovation

Label-Free Imaging

| Takuro Ideguchi

Discover June’s Image of the Month, which features photos taken using biochemical quantitative phase imaging with mid-infrared photothermal effect

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Improving Interoperability

| David Dimond

For an efficient AI-powered diagnostic workflow, it is crucial to ensure that pathology images and associated metadata are connected at the source

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Bottom-Up to 2020

| Liron Pantanowitz

How UPMC’s digital pathology platform is facilitating the adoption of AI for primary diagnosis and unlocking new potential for the healthcare system

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