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Laboratory Informatics

Taking drug development into the virtual world

In her series of profiles of bioinformatics companies, Sophia Ktori looks at the work of biosimulation specialist, Certara

Laboratory Informatics

How is life different in the cloud?

In her second article on cloud computing, Sophia Ktori looks at how both vendors and customers of informatics systems are having to change their IT culture

Laboratory Informatics

Data security in a collaborative environment

The R&D sector is increasingly turning to collaborative, partnered and outsourced projects to boost innovation, reduce costs and help expedite development, writes Sophia Ktori

High-performance computing

Change bursts from the HPC crystal ball

Andrew Jones looks ahead at what 2016 has in store for HPC and finds people, not technology, to be the most important issue

High-performance computing

HPC finally climbs into the cloud

After a shaky start, interest in migrating HPC to the cloud is growing rapidly. Tom Wilkie reports

Applications

Where to put a wind farm

Gemma Church finds out how simulation software aids and optimises the decisions behind siting a wind farm

Applications

Revving up knowledge through simulation

In the high-octane world of motorbike racing, a balance between simulation and physical testing can be crucial to improved performance, writes Robert Roe

Applications

Telling data’s story

Gemma Church talks to data visualisation company Golden Software about three decades in business, Microsoft bugs and working in the geoscience arena

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