Microscopy - Digitization in Science (2015)
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Digitization is impacting every facet of our lives. Science is no different. Digitization is changing how we handle scientific knowledge. Generating and disseminating scientific knowledge is easier than ever. Digital storage and analytical instruments make it possible to quickly structure and analyze large, complex quantities of data and make them available to a broad audience.
Qualitative data collection has turned into quantitative data collection, making research results more reliable and more conclusive. Communication technologies are taking collaboration between research teams to a whole new level. Globally networked research projects are no longer the exception to the rule: they are now the norm. Digitization has changed the sciences from the ground up. The Microscopy business group was at the forefront of the evolution in digitization and has now developed a system for virtual microscopy.
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Cite this page: Hill, M.A. (2019, September 22) Embryology Microscopy - Digitization in Science (2015). Retrieved from https://embryology.med.unsw.edu.au/embryology/index.php/Microscopy_-_Digitization_in_Science_(2015)
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