Quantitative Imaging Systems and KDAB - Revolutionizing Cancer Research

November 30, 2017
Quantitative Imaging Systems (Qi) unravel cancer through digital imaging microscopy and machine learning. They have built a interdisciplinary team, not only with pathologists and biomedical specialists, but also in the field of computer science through their partnership with Qt partner KDAB. Together they allow researchers to get a spatial view of a tissue and the tumor within that and not just from a pretty picture point of view, but also to have quantitative information of each individual cell, how it interacts with this environment and how the immune system is interacting with the growth of a tumor or hinders that growth. Their rendering techniques provide a fully immersive experience so that you can actually get close up and 3D information about those processes. This provides a way for researchers to take quantitative information and combine it with the visual imagery that comes out of a microscope making it much easier to understand than reading data tables. For more information on how Qi is revolutionizing cancer research and paving the way for new treatments please visit their website: www.Qi-tissue.com/. For more information about KDAB and the services they provide, please visit www.KDAB.com. For more information about Qt, please visit www.Qt.io
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