17 January 2017 SCiLS contributed to the following publication about organization and localization of small molecules within microbial assemblages and has been named Editor’s Pick: Garg, N.; Zeng, Y.; Edlund, A.; Melnik, A. V.; Sanchez, L. M.; Mohimani, H.; Gurevich,
19 December 2016 The entire team from SCiLS wants to thank you for a wonderful year 2016 and sends out greetings of the season and best wishes for a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
7 December 2016 For our product SCiLS Lab 2016b, a service release is available which fixes the following bug: Fixed bug where the loadings plot would not show the loadings Your SCiLS Lab should detect the installer for this patch
2 December 2016 Since our summer survey, SCiLS Lab has yet again seen extended usage in papers published by the scientific community. The following articles might be of interest to you as well to see how SCiLS Lab has been
28 November 2016 In 2015, we surveyed imaging MS community to answer the question „What imaging MS is used for?“. Thank to 111 scientists who responded, we learned much and shared the results: Today, we would like to learn
28 November 2016 A service release for SCiLS Lab 2016b is available for download. It comes with the following changes: Fixed bug where segmentation would run endlessly. If you have installed SCiLS Lab then the software will automatically check for
22 November 2016 SCiLS contributed to the following publication about automated metabolite annotation in high-mass-resolution imaging mass spectrometry: Palmer, A.; Phapale, P.; Chernyavsky, I.; Lavigne, R.; Fay, D.; Tarasov, A.; Kovalev, V.; Fuchser, J.; Nikolenko, S.; Pineau, C.; Becker, M.
15 November 2016 Theodore Alexandrov, scientific director of SCiLS GmbH, team leader at the Structural and Computational Biology Unit, European Molecular Biology Laboratory, and Assistant Adjunct Professor at Skaggs Schoolf of Pharmacy, University of California San Diego, will hold a
11 November 2016 A service release for SCiLS Lab 2016b is available for download. It comes with the following changes: Improved storing and loading speed of large bookmarks Improved initialization for co-registrating images Improved stability of importer with implausible or
7 November 2016 A service release for SCiLS Lab 2016b is available for download. It comes with the following changes: Reduced memory consumption during import Improved import speed for certain large datasets Added support for different raster sizes in one