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Glencoe Software Unveils New Websi

Published: Sunday, August 04, 2013
Last Updated: Saturday, August 03, 2013
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Growing needs in research, clinical and biopharma communities met by site's updated design, content

Glencoe Software, a global leader in viewing, sharing and analyzing life science images and data from a single software framework, has announced the release of their new website at www.glencoesoftware.com. Glencoe Software updated the design and content of the site to meet the growing demands in the research, clinical and biopharma communities to quickly and securely access data anywhere and publish for the world to see.

Jason Swedlow, President and CEO of Glencoe Software, said, "With increasing size and complexity of research and clinical image datasets and the need for secure sharing, analysis and visualization, Glencoe Software is well positioned to deliver scalable solutions.  The new website highlights solutions for the universal problem of handling images and metadata from multiple acquisition methods and accessing digital pathology, high-content screening, 3-D and time lapse from a single platform.  Glencoe Software's solutions are based on the Open Microscopy Environment's open source Bio-Formats and OMERO applications.  Our customers range from academic research and medical centers to large biopharma and Fortune 100 companies.  We're proud to demonstrate the important contributions our software makes to life sciences and biopharma research on our new website."


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