Features

01 November 2003

People differ in many ways, which is why biometrics is a booming business and why Michael Kenward found a wealth of related websites

01 November 2003

ChemBrain doesn't look unusual. It has a straightforward Windows interface and dialogue boxes, albeit in an older style and perhaps slightly inelegant in places. But, aesthetics aside, ChemBrain is different, reports David Bradley

01 November 2003

J. Kelly Ganjei, Terry Smallmon and Charles Lee of LabVantage report how LIMS helped a food firm

01 November 2003

In this final review of 2003, Phillip Hill looks at the collaborations and concentrations that have taken place in the LIMS market this year

01 September 2003

John Murphy profiles the computational chemistry pioneer and baseball fanatic

01 September 2003

Complex systems are a growing area of research, and finding good sites can be complicated, says Michael Kenward

01 September 2003

John P. Helfrich, from NuGenesis Technologies, believes that a new class of IT product can capture and manage scientific data to improve drug discovery

01 September 2003

Annabel Sedgwick describes how Applied Biosystems is putting researchers firmly in the driving seat in managing their scientific projects

01 July 2003

Economic and business pressures are forcing drug companies to deploy computing, but there are still gaps between what users want and what can be achieved, says Peter Rees

01 July 2003

The Internet is itself a suitable case for research, as Michael Kenward found when surfing sites on the Web given over to research on the Web into the Web

01 July 2003

The way to interface and integrate chromatography data systems is a major theme in this issue's review of laboratory information management systems, writes Phillip Hill

01 May 2003

John Murphy profiles the developer of the Quantum Theory of Atoms in Molecules

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