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Webinar July 2nd: "NEW Image Quality Control option"

Are you sure your image is free of acquisition artifacts? Join this webinar and see the brand-new Image Quality Control option in action.
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Webinar May 28th: "WhatsNew in Huygens 24.04"

Curious to see the 24.04 highlights, including the new Object Analyzer interface, batch feeder features, and QC option? Join this webinar!
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Image QC tool presented at ELMI2024

Visit our booth and Join our workshops about the new Image Quality Control tool and Object Analyzer at ELMI2024.
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SVI at the THE 3R LÄND Conference

Check our our poster and booth on restoration and analysis of Organoid data at this conference in Tuebingen, May 21-23, 2024.
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Online Huygens Workshop for Experts

Joins us on April 16+17, from 8:00-12:00 EDT New York, 14:00-18:00 CEST Amsterdam for this free virtual training event.
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SVI at FOM2024

Two of our developers (Steven and Kevin) will be at the FOM. If you like to meet them, let us know!


Huygens Workshops in Bethesda, Philadelphia and NYC between March 25-27

Attend one of our Huygens Workshops at NIAID-NIH, Wistar Institute, or Rockefeller. Contact the facility or email us.
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SVI joins the NAMS meeting at NYU Langone Health.

SVI will give a TechTalk about the upcoming Image Quality Control tool on March 28th at the NAMS meeting.
NAMS website

News Archive


Winners announced of the Huygens Image Contest 2023.

A big thanks to all who joined the Huygens Image Contest2023, and congratulations to the prize winners.
Click here to see the winners


SVI at RMS UK Light Microscopy Facility Meeting 2024.

See our TechnoBite on high throughput and Convex Hull analysis, and have a chat with Mark and Vincent.
Program info


Webinar Nov. 7th: WhatsNew in Huygens 23.10.

New tools for batch colocalization analysis, auto contrast, saving RAM and disk space, import segmentation info from machine learning software, etcetera.
Watch it here


Webinar Oct 24th: Analyzing objects within other objects and object organization, using clusters and convex hull operations

Close/fill objects that are non-homogenously stained and cluster objects with the Object Analyzer
Watch it here