Hemocytometer app

I have talked before about an iPhone app called HemocyTap. I have been using it for a while and I fully recommend it. It’s a total time saver. No going around the lab trying to find the tally counters, the lab book (or a piece of paper), the calculator… Plus, you get all your data directly in your inbox! It’s all in there, and it’s as easy as ABC. So if you’re starting out with the hemocytometer, this app can save your life. Or, if you’re experienced already, you will ask yourself how you have survived so long without it. Seriously.

*UPDATE* The new HemocyTap version has been released! Here’s the video:


*OLD VERSION* These guys just posted a fun video that quickly explains its capabilities; I personally think it’s awesome!

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I did my PhD in the Department of Chemical Engineering at Imperial College London. My research focused on mathematical modeling of the cell cycle in leukemia and involved experiments with cell lines. During that time, I had to count cells with a hemocytometer so often to track growth that I got tired and decided to build an app, HemocyTap, and share my knowledge on the topic here to help as many people as possible.

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