Researchers at HHMI's Janelia Farm are unveiling a new suite of software tools designed to better visualize, analyze, and measure complex 3D biological and biomedical images. The software package, called V3D, is being distributed free of charge to researchers around the world. HHMI says the tools could help speed up a user's ability to assemble and manipulate extremely detailed images.

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