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Introducing the first Deep Learning based Image Analysis Solutions

WebMicroscope is proud to introduce the first Deep Learning based Image Analysis Solutions for medical research projects of all sizes. Click below to read how to get started.

Medical research recent slides view on WebMicroscope

WebMicroscope is your research library

WebMicroscope is where Dropbox meets professional image analysis tools. Your annotated and archived samples are secured and accessible to you and your fellow researchers.

Used by world class institutions

Medical research with WebMicroscope viewer

Accelerate your research

WebMicroscope is a versatile platform for research projects, small or big, local or global. Streamline your workflow and collaborate using top quality technology.

  • Affordable from single researcher to large groups
  • Easily store, share and analyze all your whole slide images
  • Expand your expert network digitally
  • Publish your own images in superior quality on your articles and blogs

Streamlined research collaboration

Collaborators can scan their slides independently, and upload them to a shared WebMicroscope Account. Stored images can be accessed via internet connection, anywhere, anytime.

  • Multiple admin users
  • Customizable user rights
  • Scanner neutral platform with automated uploadĀ from scanner
  • Synchronized material for all collaborators
Medical research with easy collaboration tools

Scalable storage

Collaboration

Accessible anywhere

“Our aim was to increase the productivity of our image sharing processes within our partner network and for that purpose WebMicroscope has offered unsurpassed advantages”.

Dr. Azar Azad

Managing Director, Mount Sinai Services, Toronto, Canada

"When given a chance 90% of our students are choosing WebMicroscope as their default tool in microscopy".

Mikael Niku

Professor, University of Helsinki, Department of Veterinary Medicine

"I used WebMicroscope as part of my resident seminar and I loved the system!"

Joseph Carlson

Associate Professor in Pathology, Karolinska Institutet, Sweden

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