WebMicroscope in the media
Machine Learning and AI Will Change the Way We Diagnose and Treat Cancer
May 10, 2017
This technology allows us to enable pathologists and researchers to do their jobs faster and more accurately than ever before.
How Machine Learning Can Be Used to Detect and Treat Cancer
May 10, 2017
Using the artificial intelligence algorithms trained for the specific application, we can support pathologists and researchers to improve their decision-making workflow.
HOW MACHINE LEARNING CAN BE USED TO DETECT AND TREAT CANCER
May 10, 2017
The growth in number of requests for cancer screening will not be met by just hiring more pathologists. We need something better.
Terveysteknologiasta on tulossa Suomen uusi hitti
Nov 24, 2017
Suomi on lähes vaivihkaa noussut terveysteknologian kärkimaaksi. Koko huipputekniikan viennistä sen osuus on jo puolet, kertoo torstaina ilmestynyt uusi Optio.
Finnish design and Nordic know-how: turning Finland into a medtech powerhouse
July 26, 2016
Finland has given rise to a slew of innovative young medtech companies that are taking full advantage of Finnish design talent and the nation’s digital, UX and custom-manufacturing expertise. Fimmic raises the stakes for virtual diagnoses with its microscopy analysis, validation, storing and sharing technology.
Nordic Health: New disruptions?
May 10, 2016
We have diagnostic based startups Fimmic, a digital web microscope technology based startup replacing the traditional use of microscope for diagnostic purposes.
University of Turku pioneers in developing the online educational resources in biomedicine
WebMicroscope was used in first NordBioMedNet online mouse histology course. Modern biomedical imaging technologies together with mouse histology training will form an important module also in the future Open Educational Resource in Biomedicine.
WebMicroscope used in first NordBioMedNet Online Mouse Histology course
April 15, 2016
First Online Mouse Histology Course was organised in the NordBioMedNet portal in spring 2016, and it turned out to be extremely popular: almost 50 students from Universities of Bergen, Eastern Finland and Turku as well as Karolinska Institutet participated and completed the course.
The course participants will also learn to use WebMicroscope and collect and prepare samples for histological analyses.
Agents of change – WebMicroscope part of UEF modern learning project
February 19, 2016
UEF launches a pilot project to create a truly modern learning environment – starting from teachers’ mindsets.
“Our new virtual microscopy environment enables team-based learning, as students can work together on the same sample on their tablets and classroom touchscreens. I want to step away from teacher-focused teaching to support their interaction.” says Senior Lecturer, Docent Sanna Pasonen-Seppänen from the Institute of Biomedicine.
Fimmic closes investment round to digitalize cancer diagnostics
October 19, 2015
Fimmic, a Finnish Bio-IT startup, announces today that it has closed an investment round to accelerate the development of its next-generation cloud services for microscope image analysis.
Fimmic Aims To Speed Up Patients’ Treatment
October 19, 2015
The new cloud service platform will expand Fimmic’s scope to diagnostics by employing machine vision and automated image analysis. It offers pathologists, microbiologists and researchers global access to fast, accurate and reproducible diagnostic support.
Finnish Bio-IT startup, Fimmic, nets €1.5M in funding round from angel investors and Tekes
October 10, 2015
Fimmic, a Finnish Bio-IT startup, has announced that it closed an investment round to accelerate the development of its next-generation cloud services for microscope image analysis.
Fimmic widens its scope
August 3, 2015
Thanks to Fimmic WebMicroscope the argument that science is an art is more difficult to disprove than ever before. The company’s WebMicroscope software modernises the world of microscopy, utilising cloud storage to host digital slide images. This groundbreaking idea of making microscopic images more easily accessible and shareable has deeper roots, however.
Suomalaistutkijan kehittämä mikroskooppi näyttää syöpäsolut seinän kokoisella kosketusnäytöllä (in Finnish)
April 24, 2015
Satoja vuosia on tehty niin, että asiantuntija on katsonut mikroskooppiin ja tulkinnut, mitä näkee. Kokenut ekspertti on perehtynyt tuhansiin näytteisiin ja muodostanut itselleen sisäisen algoritmin, jonka perusteella erottaa poikkeukset. Koneelle on kuitenkin mahdollista kehittää vielä roimasti enemmän kokemusta digitaalisten biopankkien miljoonien solu- ja kudosnäytteiden avulla.