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
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.
John Murphy profiles the leader of Cern's IT division in Switzerland.
Scott Deutsch looks beyond the traditional LIMS quality control approach to scientific information production.