Preparing images for inclusion in scientific communication has long been a time-consuming, confusing and often frustrating endeavor. Research Imaging Solutions works to identify ways to streamline image preparation so researchers can maximize their time at the bench, writing grants and developing discoveries.
- Immediately find resources for working with images:
- Other resources
- Contact Research Imaging Solutions An imaging specialist is available to come to your lab or office to troubleshoot your problematic images, presentations and publication graphics. Contact Research Imaging Solutions by form or phone 432-2323.
- Graphics and Imaging News
- By signing up to get the Research Imaging Solutions Newsletter you will get an eLetter that contains seminar and class schedules, cool software tips and important updates. It's infrequent and minimally intrusive, so it won't clutter up your mailbox.
- IMAGELIST Consortium
- Sign up for the IMAGELIST Consortium to discover solutions to imaging issues more quickly by participating in a forum where technical questions about software, hardware, upgrade issues and emerging technologies are solved. Participation also helps to build a searchable resource by adding answers to an existing imaging solution database; The IMAGELIST is a way economize on resources by not only providing quick solutions but also by creating a network of imaging professionals who may choose to share services and equipment assets. IMAGELIST members are professionals who handle digital image files while analyzing image data, preparing grant applications, creating web content, scientific publications and presentations, including PowerPoint and posters. The consortium focuses on software and hardware issues in creating, capturing, editing, designing and displaying digital images, video and other multimedia displays. Members include anyone located in Boston area hospitals, academic and research communities, who create or edit digital image files, including digital video (DV). The Consortium includes educators, administrators, researchers, graphic designers and instructors, consultants, troubleshooters, DV producers, official and unofficial departmental graphics gurus or anyone who has the occasion to handle digital images.
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Site Updated: 5/17/2013