GEN Roundup: No Detail Is Too Small in Bioprocess Scaleup
A Change in Scale Can Change Everything
Amid Election Clamor, Research Issues Surface
Sounds of Science Podcast
10 Takeover Targets of 2016
Which Biopharmas Do Wall Street Watchers View As Top Buyout Candidates?
Molecular Dx Has Your (Copy) Number
CNV Detection and Analysis Tools Are Being Used To Fill Genetic Diagnostic Gaps
Now this would be a smart addition to your app repertoire… The Smart Microscope app allows users to explore a variety of miniscule biological specimens via their iPads or iPhones. The microscopic slides to be viewed are divided into six categories: featured, humans/mammals, insects/spiders, other animals, plants/fungi, and single-celled organisms. The specimen images themselves are very high-resolution, allowing one to really get close with one’s “microscope” and observe the fine details of the hind leg of a bee or the body of a bed bug. Some of the slides take a moment to load, but the delay is not bad given the resolution of the images. Each slide is annotated with pins (that can be toggled on/off) that, upon clicking, display brief descriptions of the body part or feature to which the pin was pointing.