Browse products by company
Olympus has introduced a new pathology test request management system, RequestVision, to streamline the process of medical testing. The software reduces administration time and improves test turnaround times.
Olympus has introduced its CellSens software for life science imaging applications, consisting of three packages: CellSens Entry, CellSens Standard and CellSens Dimension
The new Multichannel 5D Solution module for Olympus’ cellSens Dimension software simplifies microscopy experiments by providing advanced, automated acquisition of Z-stacks, multiple fluorescence channels and time-lapse series
Olympus has released its Database Solution module for the cellSens Dimension software suite
Olympus has announced the release of its Count and Measure Solution module for the cellSens Dimension software suite
Open-E, a developer of data storage software for building and managing centralised storage servers, has announced the general availability of its flagship product, Open-E Data Storage Software (DSS) V7 now with Hyper-V Cluster Support
OpenEye Scientific Software
OpenEye Scientific Software, a developer of molecular modelling and cheminformatics solutions for drug discovery, has released FastROCS 1.0 to its collaborators at Abbott Labs and Pfizer
Release offers 'most powerful open-cloud solution for VMware'
Optibrium has launched its StarDrop 4.3 software. The company claims that its software offers advantages over traditional predictive modelling platforms, allowing researchers to focus expensive in-house resources
Optibrium, a provider of software solutions for drug discovery, has introduced StarVue, a free desktop application enabling scientists to view compound structures and data quickly and conveniently
The next generation of StarDrop will be officially launched by Optibrium at the American Chemical Society (ACS) National Exposition later this month
Optibrium has launched a new version of StarVue, its free desktop application that enables scientists to quickly and conveniently view sets of compound structures and related data
Optibrium has launched StarDrop 5.1, an upgraded version of its support tool that helps drug discovery scientists to guide key decisions in drug discovery and quickly achieve successful project outcomes
Optibrium has introduced a new version of its StarDrop platform. StarDrop 5.2 is the first result of the technology exchange between Optibrium and Cresset announced earlier this year
Optibrium has released version 5.3 of its StarDrop platform, with new features focused on the design of virtual libraries, guided by StarDrop's multi-parameter optimisation capabilities
Optibrium, a developer of software for drug discovery, has released version 5.4 of its StarDrop software platform
Optiwave Systems has released OptiBPM 9.0 – the latest version of its waveguide optics design suite. This new release delivers a new integrated simulator for the design of electro-optic devices in arbitrary materials.
OriginLab has released Origin 8.5, a new version of its Windows-based analysis and graphing software, allowing more sophisticated representations of data and analytical ability
OriginLab has announced the release of Origin 8.5.1 and OriginPro 8.5.1. Improvements to previous versions include two new data analysis Gadgets and a versatile tool for reconstructing a graph from a scanned image
OriginLab has announced the release of Origin and OriginPro version 8.6
Outokumpu Technology has released version 6.0 of its HSC Chemistry process calculation software, which enables users to simulate chemical or physical processes. It contains 21 calculation modules and 11 databases.
HSC Chemistry 7.0, from Outotec Research, is a software package for process flowsheet simulation, incorporating 22 other calculation modules and 12 databases, together with extensive thermochemical, heat transfer and mineralogical data
Oxford Gene Technology
Microarray analysis tool aims to provide researchers with 'biologically meaningful' results
Oxford Gene Technology has produced a new, free-to-download application note on combined array comparative genomic hybridisation and single nucleotide polymorphism arrays
Not listed? Click here