Features

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 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 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 May 2003

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

01 May 2003

Companies should regard mathematical calculations as a form of corporate knowledge to be retained and re-used, Allen Razdow, one of the founders of Mathsoft, told Tom Wilkie.

01 May 2003

At a partnership seminar held recently at its European headquarters, LabWare set out a striking vision of the company's future development. Tom Wilkie was there

01 May 2003

Ray Girvan traces the rise of the machines - both digital and analogue - in an era of mechanical computation

01 March 2003

Tom Wilkie looks at developments within Labworks as, under new ownership, it sets its sights on the global stage

01 March 2003

A data management software system now being installed in the UK will save astronomers precious time, and even tell them when their equipment is not working as it should. Phillip Hill reports

01 March 2003

Once again the paperless laboratory, particularly in connection with the US Food and Drug Administration's Rule 21 CFR Part 11, is one of the main themes in the latest crop of LIMS advances and announcements. By Phillip Hill

01 March 2003

Ray Girvan looks at the ubiquitous but little-understood Navier-Stokes equations

01 March 2003

John Murphy profiles the legendary Professor of Mathematics at the University of Texas at Austin

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