New Particle Imaging Resource Provides Free Educational White Papers, Application Notes, Videos Online
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Fluid Imaging Technologies
65 Forest Falls Dr.
Yarmouth, ME, 04096
Press release date: January 4, 2011
Fluid Imaging Aids Understanding Of Imaging's Role In Particle Analysis
Yarmouth, ME: A new online resource from particle imaging and analysis instrumentation manufacturer Fluid Imaging Technologies, Yarmouth, Maine at www.fluidimaging.com provides a storehouse of information detailing how and when to integrate digital imaging in particle analysis, why to consider imaging, and the role of imaging in strengthening the value of particle analyzer data, as well as addressing its limitations. Available free, the online resource features in-depth white papers revealing little-known knowledge about image resolution and quality that significantly impacts resulting data plus application notes documenting the use of imaging for detection and characterization in drug formulation, yeast fermentation and invasive aquatic species recognition, among other applications. A series of narrated videos demonstrates how particle images are captured, measured, saved, sorted, filtered and classified automatically by the FlowCAM« particle imaging and analysis system with its companion VisualSpreadsheetę software. Named as the data source in multiple, peer-reviewed papers, the automated FlowCAM takes hi-resolution, digital images of individual particles and microorganisms, measures each one based on size, shape and dozens of other parameters in real time and saves the images and data for identification and analysis.
The new, online resource also includes free, downloadable product literature, a free wall poster by request and an image gallery showcasing a variety of waterborne organisms and particles such as sugar, silica gel and agglomerated proteins, all as imaged by the FlowCAM. Free access to additional videos demonstrating real-time particle imaging in action on YouTube and on Facebook is also provided.
For more information,
Fluid Imaging Technologies, Inc.;
65 Forest Falls Drive,
Yarmouth, ME 04096;