Stem cell microscopy software corrects artifacts
June 21, 2017 -- Researchers at the Technical University of Munich (TUM) and the Helmholtz Zentrum München in Germany have developed software designed to correct artifacts such as shadows or changes in the background when viewing stem cells.
Sectra awarded Swedish contract
June 21, 2017 -- Swedish PACS vendor Sectra has received an order from the Västernorrland County Council in Sweden to digitize its pathology department.
Varian delivers cyclotron to Danish center
June 21, 2017 -- Radiation oncology firm Varian Medical Systems has installed its ProBeam cyclotron at the National Centre for Particle Therapy in Aarhus, Denmark.
EMA begins work on Brexit
June 20, 2017 -- At its June 2017 meeting, the management board of the European Medicines Agency (EMA) received an update on preparations for withdrawal of the U.K. form the European Union (EU) based on the U.K.'s invocation of Article 50 in March.
DiACardio changes name
June 20, 2017 -- Echocardiography image analysis software developer DiACardio has changed its name to DiA Imaging Analysis.
Unfors RaySafe adds to quality assurance portfolio
June 20, 2017 -- X-ray quality assurance technology provider Unfors RaySafe has debuted RaySafe Pro-Slit Phantom and RaySafe Pro-Stand.
SFR hosts 1st medicolegal meeting
June 20, 2017 -- The French Radiology Society (Société Française de Radiologie, SFR) is planning to host its first medicolegal imaging meeting in October. Known as Journée Francophone d'Imagerie Médico-Légale, the 14 October event will be co-sponsored by SFR and the French Society of Legal Medicine.
Optellum unveils lung cancer analysis software
June 16, 2017 -- Artificial intelligence software developer Optellum said it will showcase a prototype of its deep learning-based lung nodule risk stratification software at this week's World Congress of Thoracic Imaging in Boston.
Fresh scandal breaks out over radiologist who missed cancer
June 16, 2017 -- A U.K. radiologist who was allowed to continue working despite having missed identifying a patient's breast cancer more than a decade ago has failed to identify the disease in another patient, according to a report published in The Independent newspaper.
Mirada Medical secures UniCancer contract
June 16, 2017 -- Imaging software developer Mirada Medical has finalized a three-year contract to provide French hospital group UniCancer with its radiotherapy imaging software.