Remote lab and 3D reconstruction of confocal images


The technological advancements of the age have enabled us to do things which were considered almost impossible just over a few years ago.

For the first time, last month, I started setting up remote access to lab experiments for monitoring and control of experiments. This enables monitoring and administration of operations at night without being in the lab physically.

I have experimented with machine learning methods for image classification and tracking, though it is still in its infancy and the technology needs improvement.

The use of 3D reconstruction of amyloid fibril structure obtained from confocal imagery will provide better information about the structure of fibrils.

Confocal image of fibril
Confocal Z-slice image of fibril
3D reconstructed fibril
3D reconstructed fibril