After 15 years our community has created numerous high content screening platforms for many different aspects. Anything from simple 2D cell based to time-lapse 5D in vivo screens is possible. Dealing with large amounts of data still challenges many of the existing platforms. Reducing development times and maintenance cost is now easier than ever if we integrate existing technologies from other disciplines. A HowTo for the rest of us.
15 Years HCS: Next Gen Screening Devices Learn from Each Other. Literally. Fast Workflow Development & BigData Image Analytics Used to be a Challenge. What’s Next?
Video Jun 09, 2015
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