Features

01 July 2004

Conrad Wolfram believes we should treat computers like cars: we should specify the problem and let the computer do the working out

01 July 2004

Bruce von Herrmann believes that better informatics is the only way to meet the challenge of increasing complexity in the life sciences

01 July 2004

Clare Sansom talks to Janet Thornton, a pioneer of computing for the life sciences

01 July 2004

Web services will offer a way for LIMS to integrate with enterprise resource planning systems, says Peter Rees

01 July 2004

Looking for something to keep you fit? Michael Kenward surfs for sport science

01 July 2004

Rohit Khanna looks forward to the integration of instruments and software to master the mounds of data created in the lab

01 July 2004

Dr John McAlister finds that scientific computing is not an end in itself but that success depends on it

01 July 2004

The development of LIMS will involve not only integrated data, but integration with enterprise applications, in Kevin Smith's view

01 July 2004

Susie Stephens and Dennis Constantinou see Grid computing as the way to master the flood of information from the life sciences

01 July 2004

Jack Little believes that model-based design is the best way to turn new ideas into real things

01 July 2004

A combination of youth and maturity is required for the successful application of computing in the life sciences, according to Neil Kipling

01 July 2004

Tom Wilkie looks at 10 years of scientific computing

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