The SCiLS Team wants to wish you a Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year! Thank you for using our software and providing feedback how to improve mass spectrometry imaging. For us it has been very exciting now being part
SCiLS Cloud enables to upload and share data, results and insights. With more and more mass spectrometry imaging data sets being uploaded by the SCiLS Lab users, the data set overview became harder to navigate. The latest release now allows
We are currently looking for a software developer focused on Server/Client- and Enterprise software solutions for our team located in Bremen, Germany. We looking forward for receiving your application.
This year’s Münster Conference on Biomolecule Analysis organized by Prof. Klaus Dreisewerd and his team focuses on imaging using MALDI mass spectrometry. SCiLS will contribute to the conference with a talk on “Conceptual strategies for visualisation and analysis of mass
Bruker Daltonics published a new application note on High-speed MALDI-TOF/TOF imaging of mouse brain tissue performed on intact proteins and after on-tissue digestion showing recent research in MALDI mass spec imaging and using our Software SCiLS Lab. Click to download
30 August 2017 The program for the OurCon V mass spectrometry imaging conference from 25 to 28 September 2017 in Doorn is online. The OurCon V program is now available, check it out :https://t.co/1pHLiDUBpR — OurConV (@OurCon) August 29, 2017
21 August 2017 For our products SCiLS Lab Core and SCiLS Lab Pro (Version 2018a), a service release is available which adds six new features and fixes the following bugs: Feature: Hotspot removal is now executed automatically Feature: The gel
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,