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private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 25th, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 25th, 2021 05:02PM Sep 25th, 2021 05:02PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 24th, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 24th, 2021 05:38PM Sep 24th, 2021 05:38PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 23rd, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 23rd, 2021 02:44PM Sep 23rd, 2021 02:44PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 22nd, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 22nd, 2021 03:53PM Sep 22nd, 2021 03:53PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 21st, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 21st, 2021 02:25PM Sep 21st, 2021 02:25PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 20th, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 20th, 2021 01:34PM Sep 20th, 2021 01:34PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 17th, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 17th, 2021 03:00AM Sep 17th, 2021 12:27PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 16th, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 16th, 2021 12:33PM Sep 16th, 2021 12:33PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 15th, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 15th, 2021 03:25PM Sep 15th, 2021 03:25PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH
private:openmicroscopy 5034392 Sep 14th, 2021 12:00AM Open Microscopy Environment 435 3.00 Open Biotechnology Sep 14th, 2021 01:05PM Sep 14th, 2021 01:43PM The Open Microscopy Environment (OME) develops open-source software and data format standards for the storage and manipulation of biological microscopy data. It is is a multi-site collaborative effort among academic laboratories and a number of commercial entities, that produces open tools to support data management for biological light microscopy. Designed to interact with existing commercial software, all OME formats and software are free, and all OME source code is available under the GNU General public license or through commercial license from Glencoe Software. In 2011 the OME consortium was awarded a Wellcome Trust Strategic Award (Ref: 095931). This Award provided support for the continued development of the OME Data Model, Bio-Formats file translation library and OMERO application in Dundee, as well as funding development positions in nine other laboratories. The OME commercial partner is: Glencoe Software, Inc., Seattle, WA, USA The members of the OME consortium are: Prof Jason Swedlow, Wellcome Trust Centre for Gene Regulation & Expression, Dundee Prof Richard Baldock, MRC Human Genetics Unit, Edinburgh Prof Gaudenz Danuser, Harvard Medical School Dr Ilan Davis, University of Oxford Mr Kevin Elicieri, University of Wisconsin-Madison Prof Paul French, Imperial College London Dr Ilya Goldberg, NIA- NIH Dr Robert Murphy, Carnegie Mellon University Dr Spencer Shorte, Institut Pasteur Dr Gianluigi Zanetti, CRS4, Sardinia The OME Logo is a registered trademark of Glencoe Software, Inc. Open Open DOW ST Dundee Scotland GB DD15EH

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