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Cloud-Based Microscopy Education and Evaluation Made Simple

Aurora mScope is a cost-effective, cloud-based platform for developing and delivering microscopy-based education and evaluation.  It allows educators to upload and annotate their own slides, build cases and evaluations around those slides, and conduct courses online using a virtual multi-headed microscope.  Tests can include the requirement for students to add measurements and annotations to a digital slide – with options for automatic or rapid manual grading.

Aurora mScope is used by leading institutions including Johns Hopkins University, the Michener Institute of Education in Toronto, and the University of Virginia – with class sizes often over 100 students.

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Aurora mScope, 1819 boul. René-Lévesque Ouest, suite 404A, Montréal, QC, H3H2P5. 

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Aurora mScope is a software company focused on web-based image management and workflow solutions for digital pathology and microscopy education. The company’s innovative SaaS products are used by hospital networks as well as medical schools and other post-secondary institutions, and are deployed in either cloud or on-premises configurations. Aurora mScope is trusted by leading institutions worldwide to help realize the potential for digital pathology and for online microscopy-based education.

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