BiAlith is an academic (non-commercial) site set up to promote free access to image processing tools on the MS Windows platform for scientists, engineers and hobbyists.
It is a personal website of Dr Paul J. Tadrous, a UK scientist and medical doctor (retired from clinical practice) who also has a backgound in the science of image processing (M.Sc. in Image Analysis of the University of London and Ph.D. in advanced tissue imaging from Imperial College London).
The aim of this site is to give free access to scientific image processing tools for research and non-commercial purposes. The author has spent many years programming and developing the software for his own use and would like to make the results of his work freely available to others such as students of medicine, biology, engineering, research scientists in these and other fields and others such as amateur astronomers.
Although image analysis and processing tools exist already, they are either expensive to buy or available only on specialist platforms (such as UNIX) and are thus not easily obtainable by the average student (especially in medicine or biology).
The name of the website comes from Greek (bia = Gr. 'force', + alithos = Gr. 'truth')
Email: for general enquiries.
The site's motto:
So we fix our eyes not on what is seen, but on what is unseen. For what is seen is temporary, but
what is unseen is eternal. (2 Corinthians 4:18)
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