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Technology and innovation

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Artificial Education

| Chen Sagiv

Discover the key difference between classical machine learning and deep learning

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Digitization – By the Lab, For the Lab

| Sponsored by Fujifilm

The lab’s future is digital, but only if software is thoughtfully designed for the needs of clinical users

Inside the Lab Biochemistry and molecular biology

Introducing… Fundamentals

| Michael Schubert, Liv Gaskill

Updates from from the molecular pathology, infectious disease, and digital pathology landscapes

Inside the Lab Digital and computational pathology

Can Automation Save the NHS?

| Liv Gaskill

Diagnostic demand is on the rise – and it’s not slowing down. Could automation support the laboratory workforce and combat growing pressures?

Outside the Lab Oncology

A Helping Hand from AI in Prostate Cancer Diagnostics

| Sponsored by AIRA Matrix

Using AI to enhance personalized healthcare for patients with prostate cancer

Inside the Lab Quality assurance and quality control

The Big Freeze

| Liv Gaskill

A new cryobioprinting strategy could maximize the shelf life of bioprinted 3D tissues

Inside the Lab Profession

Educational e-book: Insights into the World of Digital Pathology

Dive into the future of pathology with our latest e-book

Diagnostics Cytology

A (Consistently) Bright Future for Cytogenetics

| Matt Sergent

Technologies such as automation can help bring laboratory cytogenetics techniques into the future

Diagnostics Genetics and epigenetics

Sequencing Access for All

| Liv Gaskill

An affordable genome sequencing pipeline could help low- and middle-income countries control future epidemics

Inside the Lab Omics

“Pop” Goes the Sensor

| Liv Gaskill

Could a new device help identify signs of heart conditions – and cardiac emergencies?

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