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Behind the Scenes: The Role of R&D in OracleBio

Behind the Scenes: The Role of R&D in OracleBio

In July 2021, the creation of OracleBio’s dedicated Research & Development group marked an important milestone in our growth strategy. In this article, we go behind the scenes and take a retrospective look at what we have achieved over the past year, and give you...

Still at the Cutting Edge: Microtomy and Digital Pathology

Still at the Cutting Edge: Microtomy and Digital Pathology

  In 2012, my friend and colleague Dr. Gabriele Kohnen salvaged three identical old microtomes from a skip (dumpster for our friends in the US!). After storing them in her garage for a decade, she gave them to me. I guessed they might date from the 1930s, but...

OracleBio’s green journey so far – Our road to sustainability

OracleBio’s green journey so far – Our road to sustainability

As a Glasgow-born company, we're immensely proud to see COP26 being hosted in our home city. With the Climate Change Conference in mind, it's a good time for us to reflect on our own actions and how we're helping tackle climate change as a company and as individuals....

Digital Pathology Today Podcast with John Waller

Digital Pathology Today Podcast with John Waller

In this podcast, our Chief Operations Officer & founder, John Waller, was invited onto the hugely popular Digital Pathology Today podcast. John and the podcast host, Dr. Joseph Anderson, chat about OracleBio’s humble beginnings and our quantitative digital...

OracleBio and the INCISE collaboration project

OracleBio and the INCISE collaboration project

Bowel cancer is currently the second most deadly cancer in the UK, accounting for 10% of all cancer deaths. The current screening protocol for this type of malignancy involves a colonoscopy for patients who test positive for blood in their stool. About one in three of...

Quantitative Image Analysis and GCP: Q&A Blog

Quantitative Image Analysis and GCP: Q&A Blog

OracleBio's recent GCP implementation was driven by Clinical Operations Manager, Alison Bigley. In this blog, Alison discusses why GCP is important, the current state of play with regulatory standards in image analysis and more...What is Good Clinical Practice and why...

Working With Multiplex Images

Working With Multiplex Images

Imagine an image 20,000 times the file size of a standard iPhone photo... and imagine hundreds of these images having to be transferred, stored, and analysed to reveal their secrets. That's the reality and the challenge facing researchers working in the field of...