Definiens Places Image-Analysis Software at Whitehead-MIT; New Products May Follow | GenomeWeb
On the heels of releasing a new version of its flagship image-analysis software, German firm Definiens this week said that it has partnered with the Massachusetts Institute of Technology to further develop image-analysis products.
 
Under the terms of the collaboration, MIT will use Definiens’ Enterprise Image Intelligence suite of products, which includes Cellenger, a version of the Enterprise Image Intelligence suite designed for high-content image analysis.
 

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