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Scanning Thick Sections
Jul 10, 2018 by Richard Rainbolt
In slide preparation, typical tissue sections are really thin—4 to 8 microns thin. This makes focusing fairly straightforward for...
What image formats does the uScope support?
Apr 27, 2018 by Jon Ward
One of the most common questions we receive is, "What image formats does the uScope support?" There are several answers to this...
Magnification and Resolution of Digital Microscopes
Apr 20, 2018 by Richard Rainbolt
Nowhere is the magnification versus resolution question more prevalent than in digital microscopy. In many cases, these two terms are used...
Benefits of the uScope Whole Slide Scanner
Jan 29, 2018 by Jon Ward
At Microscopes International, we work diligently to add features to our products that improve image quality, enhance ease-of-use, and...
Which Objective is Best for Scanning Slides?
Sep 28, 2017 by Jon Ward
The uScopeMXII and uScopeHXII whole slide scanners include a single objective. Having only a single objective leads to real concerns over...
How Fast Do You Need to Scan?
Aug 18, 2017 by Richard Rainbolt
One of the most common questions we are asked about the uScope family of whole slide scanners is, "How fast does it scan a...
Common Questions About the uScope
May 1, 2017 by Jon Ward
We get to meet a bunch of wonderful people at the trade shows where we exhibit. While showing the uScope, we are constantly asked a number...
Which uScope is the Right One for You?
Jan 9, 2017 by Pat Hune
The uScope is a small, digital microscope designed to be used in your workplace or home office. It captures images from standard glass...
Deep Zoom Images
Jan 7, 2016 by Jon Ward
Deep Zoom is a technology developed for efficiently transmitting and viewing very large images. It allows you to pan around and zoom in and...
The Future of Microscopes
Mar 30, 2014 by Scott Byker
I took a tour of the Super Computer Lab at the University of Colorado. We asked our tour guide "What is the future of Super Computing?" We...
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