[Histonet] Use VHS to record scientific information

Jorge A. Santiago-Blay blayjorge at gmail.com
Sun Nov 6 09:28:18 CST 2016

Dear Colleagues:

In this age of digital media, how common is to use VHS (= video home
system, analog medium) tapes to capture scientific information (e.g.
histological or of any other kind) that will then be analyzed? How common
do you think was the use of VHS tapes in science some 20 years ago?  If you
could quantify your answers, great. What type of information was (and/or
is) being captured with those methods (e.g. anatomical, physiological,
behavioral, etc.)?

If you have a constructive reply, please do so off the listserver to my
email: blayjorge at gmail.com

Apologies for potential duplicate emails.



Jorge A. Santiago-Blay, PhD

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