Features

01 January 2003

Trevor De Silva and Geoff Parker, from the consultancy Scimcon, discuss the causes of the data explosion in the laboratory, and suggest ways to tame it

01 November 2002

The paperless laboratory, and managing information for life sciences' researchers, are among the themes discernible during SCW's regular review of the LIMS world, Tom Wilkie writes

01 November 2002

The methods used in analysing patient drug trials and motor engine tests could be used to solve many problems in other industries, argues The Mathworks' Dr Tanya Morton

01 November 2002

Virtual instrumentation is changing the way scientists measure and automate the world. Gricha Raether of National Instruments assesses recent developments in this cutting edge field

01 November 2002

John Murphy profiles Paul Messina, former director of the Center for Advanced Computing Research at CalTech

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 September 2002

Tony Hey and Anne Trefethen outline the efforts being made to help the UK meet the challenges of computing across the Grid

01 September 2002

The old Latin riddle 'Quis custiodet ipsos custiodes?' ('Who guards the guardians themselves?') is a good one for scientists and managers to ponder when they are considering the integrity of data in LIMS. Alex Crawford reports

01 September 2002

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

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 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

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