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NSH 2018 Annual Symposium/Convention – A Wrap Up

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NSH 2018 Annual Symposium/Convention – A Wrap Up

The NSH Annual Symposium/Convention in St. Louis offered attendees a great opportunity to see the latest science and technologies for the histology laboratory. From the latest molecular techniques to the newest imaging technologies, the advances in the field were on …

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Meet Us in St Louis: Demo the Aquaro ASM and Aquaro Wishbone, See Our Whole Slide Imaging Poster

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Meet Us in St Louis: Demo the Aquaro ASM and Aquaro Wishbone, See Our Whole Slide Imaging Poster

If you are headed to the NSH Symposium/Convention in St Louis this month, we would love to meet you. Stop by Booth 717 in the Exhibit Hall. We have a lot going on: See a demo of the Aquaro ASM. …

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Introducing the Aquaro Wishbone™ Microtome Blade Handling Tool

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Introducing the Aquaro Wishbone™ Microtome Blade Handling Tool

Changing microtome blades can be a source of injury for histologists – it seems like a rite of passage for a histologist to cut themselves while handling a blade. The steps of removing a blade from the blade holder on …

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Five Ways to Stay Safe Around Microtomy

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Five Ways to Stay Safe Around Microtomy

Histology is often ranked as a job that is “most damaging to your health.” Microtomy, in particular, is a source of both repetitive motion injuries (RMIs) and nicks and cuts. By using the microtome and transferring sections to the water …

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Efficient Histology Labs: Better Utilize Histologist Time and Skills with Automated Section Mounting

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Efficient Histology Labs: Better Utilize Histologist Time and Skills with Automated Section Mounting

The demand for histology services is expanding worldwide, in large part due increasing rates of cancer diagnosis. Between 2012 and 2030, the incidence of cancer is expected to increase by 50%. New treatments for cancer and other diseases, such as …

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Histotechnology Professionals Day 2018: Your Stories

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Histotechnology Professionals Day 2018: Your Stories

Happy Histotechnology Professionals Day! This year, to celebrate histologists, we wanted to hear about how you found histology. We posted the story of how Aquaro Histology got started, and asked you to post your story on our Facebook page. We …

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The Role of Microtomy in Digital Pathology

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The Role of Microtomy in Digital Pathology

In 2017, the FDA granted permission to Phillips to sell its whole slide imaging system for primary diagnosis. This opened up a number of applications and advances utilizing digital pathology, including sharing slides for remote and rapid diagnosis and applying …

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One Histologist Operating Multiple Microtomes: Utilizing Automated Microtomy to Maximize Histology Laboratory Efficiency

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One Histologist Operating Multiple Microtomes: Utilizing Automated Microtomy to Maximize Histology Laboratory Efficiency

Histology laboratory managers are under pressure to meet the increasing demands placed on their laboratory, including managing a greater workload while maintaining workplace satisfaction for histologists. The demand to process more specimens is greater than ever due to increasing cancer …

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Our Founder’s Story: How Aquaro Histology Got Started

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Our Founder’s Story: How Aquaro Histology Got Started

In celebration of Histotechnology Professional’s Day, Aquaro Histology wanted to learn more about how histologists found their field. We’ve shared our story below about how Aquaro Histology was founded, and we invite you to follow and share your story on …

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Automate Control Slide Preparation: Free Up Your Day

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Automate Control Slide Preparation: Free Up Your Day

Cutting control blocks for control slides can take up a significant portion of a histologist’s day, but the task is necessary for labs performing immunohistochemistry (IHC). In fact, the use of IHC is expected to expand as fields like immuno-oncology …

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