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Scientific Image Processing

Author(s): Gregory L. Vogt, EdD, Nancy P. Moreno, PhD, and Stefanie Countryman, MBA
Scientific Image Processing

ImageJ software filters reveal different aspects of an image.
© Baylor College of Medicine\M.S. Young

Students learn how to obtain and use ImageJ image processing software (free). The software allows users to enhance colors and contrast, colorize only certain areas of an image, take measurements, track movements and graph the growth of organisms, and create time-lapse movies.

Visit the ImageJ website for more information about the software.

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Funded by the following grant(s)

Developed and conducted in collaboration with BioServe Space Technologies of the University of Colorado, and the United States National Aeronautics and Space Administration.

National Space Biomedical Research Institute

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This work was supported by National Space Biomedical Research Institute through NASA cooperative agreement NCC 9-58.

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Grant Numbers: 51006084, 51004102, 51000105