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About BiAlith

The site
BiAlith is an academic (non-commercial) site set up to promote free access to cross-platform open source image processing written in the C programming language 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 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, image processing and research scientists in these and other fields as well as others who might find these tools useful, such as amateur astronomers.
The name of the website comes from Greek (bia = Gr. 'force', + alithos = Gr. 'truth')

Contact us
Email: ptadrous [AT] to report bugs and issues with the software or for general enquiries. I can't promise I will respond or address any issues raised because I maintain this project in my own time without external funding. However the information may help me improve future updates.

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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