December 2005/January 2006

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A development of note

Electronic laboratory notebooks are set to become more widespread, suggests Peter Rees


Bioinformatics in the disaster zone

Michigan-based software company Gene Codes helped with DNA identification after the 9/11 attacks. By Clare Sansom


Computing robustness in biology

Robustness and fragility may hold the key to advances in biology and medicine, says Brian Cogan


Memoirs of an HP 'lifer'

Jim Miller, director of software and informatics, Agilent Technologies