Wolfram Computation Meets Knowledge

Date Archive: 2017 September

Design & Visualization

Computational Microscopy with the Wolfram Language

Microscopes were invented almost four hundred years ago. But today, there's a revolution in microscopy (as in so many other fields) associated with computation. We've been working hard to make the Wolfram Language a definitive platform for the emerging field of computational microscopy. It all starts with getting an image of some kind---whether from a light or x-ray microscope, transmission electron microscope (TEM), confocal laser scanning microscope (CLSM), two-photon excitation or a scanning electron microscope (SEM), as well as many more. You can then proceed to enhance images, reconstruct objects and perform measurements, detection, recognition and classification. At last month's Microscopy & Microanalysis conference, we showed various examples of this pipeline, starting with a Zeiss microscope and a ToupTek digital camera.
Announcements & Events

It’s Another Impressive Release! Launching Version 11.2 Today

Our Latest R&D Output I’m excited today to announce the latest output from our R&D pipeline: Version 11.2 of the Wolfram Language and Mathematica—available immediately on desktop (Mac, Windows, Linux) and cloud. It was only this spring that we released Version 11.1. But after the summer we’re now ready for another impressive release—with all kinds […]