Trajan Scientific and Medical (Trajan) led a "Microscopy Photos with Smartphones" session featuring MiPlatform, on 7 November 2015, at a workshop hosted by the Histotechnology Society of NSW, Australia.
40 people participated in the microscopy session led by Alex Anderson, Regional Account Manager - Northern Area, Australia, Trajan Scientific and Medical.
The session included hands-on use of the MiPlatform to take smartphone photos and videos when viewing microscope slides. At the end of the day, one lucky winner received a free MiPlatform - Chandra Parajuli, from Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology.
The MiPlatform is compatible with any smartphone so ask your local Trajan contact for a demonstration and see how it can change the way you study microscope slides.
Photo: MiPlatform is a smartphone adapter which is quick and easy to setup on microscopes.
Photo: MiPlatform maintains microscope-like navigation to fully utilize the advantages of microscope slides.
Photo (Middle): Chandra Parajuli, from Douglass Hanly Moir Pathology zooming in on a microscope slide using his smartphone and MiPlatform.
Trajan Scientific and Medical’s (Trajan) highly successful ASTech1 program has resulted in the commercial development of several new syringe technologies. The program was developed in collaboration with the University of Tasmania where the objective was to develop a range of “lab-in-a-syringe” applications, expanding on Trajan’s expertise in precision manufacturing of their industry leading analytical syringe portfolio.