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01 September 2002

John Murphy profiles the Professor of Computer Engineering and Informatics at the University of Patras

01 September 2002

Robert DeWitte, Marketing Director of ACD Labs, tells Tom Wilkie how Russian scientists' deep understanding of chemical structure grew into a global software business.

01 July 2002

John Murphy profiles the director of the Center for Grid Technologies, Information Sciences Institute

01 July 2002

Cross-fertilisation is the name of the game for Warwick University's Centre for Scientific Computing. Vanessa Spedding explores the motives behind its creation

01 July 2002

Ray Girvan discovers that the race to create ever more real computer games is having a beneficial effect on scientific computing

01 July 2002

In our latest roundup of comings and going in the world of Laboratory Information Management Systems, Vanessa Spedding finds the bulk of recent activity involves an industrious few

01 May 2002

Tom Wilkie spoke to Lucas Noldus, whose company produces computerised systems for tracking and observing animal behaviour. The applications, he found, stretch from new drugs to functional genomics

01 May 2002

Scientists are building a seamless, global, astronomical resource: a 'virtual observatory' that will supply data at all wavelengths through a common interface. Vanessa Spedding catches up with European initiatives

01 May 2002

If you think the words 'decisive' and 'fast-moving' could not appear in the same sentence as 'government-run utility lab', think again, as one large LIMS company bidding for business recently had to. Vanessa Spedding reports

01 May 2002

Brian Donnelly, chairman and CEO of GeneticXchange, tells Tom Wilkie about the unexpected similarity between computing for life sciences and computing for big banks.

01 May 2002

Brian Donnelly, chairman and CEO of GeneticXchange, tells Tom Wilkie about the unexpected similarity between computing for life sciences and computing for big banks.

01 March 2002

The computer representation of compounds can certainly be chemically inspiring. David Bradley asks whether they come close to modelling what really goes on in the molecular world.

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