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Collaboration KML Vision and Fraunhofer IIS

Collaboration KML Vision and Fraunhofer IIS

The Graz-based company KML Vision now licenses and distributes the solution for manual whole-slide imaging developed by the Fraunhofer Institute for Integrated Circuits IIS under the name Ikosa Istix.

(Image: KML Vision GmbH)

With the software, a microscope equipped with a camera can be upgraded to a whole-slide scanner for use in life science research, digital pathology or material sciences.


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