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New software allows to live-track cells

Since the discovery of the cell by Robert Hook in the 1665, biologists have been studying cells under microscopes. Currently scientists investigating cell biology have to watch time-lapse images of cell division and annotate by hand when a cell divides, a time-consuming and sometimes inaccurate task. Now, a group of engineers in Drexel University in... Read More »

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