Large tissue sections imaged using microscope with AI technology
The deep learning extended depth-of-field microscope uses artificial intelligence to quickly image all the cells in large tissue sections (left) at high resolution and with minimal preparation, eliminating the process of mounting thin tissue slices on slides (right).
[Research supported by U.S. National Science Foundation grants IIS 1730574 and EEC 1648451.]
Learn more about this research in the Rice University news story AI-powered microscope could check cancer margins in minutes. (Date of image: unknown; date originally posted to NSF Multimedia Gallery: April 26, 2021)
Credit: Brandon Martin/Rice University
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