Like many other specialities in the field of medicine, cardiology is becoming increasingly digitalised. Consequently, it is also enjoying many of the benefits that AI can bring to the discipline.
Technological developments in the field of digital pathology have made it easier to store, view and organise medical images. It’s also easier to engage and collaborate with other professionals, as well as quickly seek second opinions from other clinicians.
We’ve added the ability to create Zegami collections with only images. It’s never been easier to create a Zegami collection and should take only minutes to start gaining insights into a set of image files.
13th May, 11:00-11:40 BST Zegami has built a tool that could help speed up diagnosis of COVID-19, using a combination
Our new Colour by Column feature is a powerful new dimension to visual data exploration in Zegami, enabling richer views, which reveal more of the underlying patterns in your data.
Zegami has been appointed by Oxford University researchers at the Oxford Cardiovascular Clinical Research Facility to accelerate research into cardiovascular disease.
The recent post about the reproducibility crisis in science is, to someone who works in science, not big news. Difficulty
Zegami is ideal for medical imaging since it allows you to rapidly survey all images from a variety of digital
Steve Taylor CSO of Zegami will be presenting on Digital Image Integration, visualisation and management at the 2017 Oxford Biomedical
Presented by University of Oxford (Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, Radcliffe Department of Medicine and Goldsmith’s University. Event: The Royal Society – Summer
Event: Oxford Science Festival Date: 17 – 18 June, 2017 Venue: Explorazone: Hands-on Weekend in the Oxford Town Hall Zegami will be
On the 20th of April this year, Stephen Taylor of the Weatherall Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Oxford and