David Robson discusses software applications in the fields of engineering and physics
December 2006/January 2007
Whether organisations are analysing specimens from a wide range of different industries - or collecting more similar samples but on a scale that was previously unimaginable, a flexible and robust LIMS is essential, discovers Sian Harris
David Robson discovers that ELNs are being used in a diverse range of applications
The market for electronic lab notebooks is growing apace, but opinions differ as to what this software actually does. Tom Wilkie and David Robson sampled some views
Michael H Elliott,CEO of Atrium Research, reflects on a marked period of growth for the ELN sector
Laboratory Information Management Systems are coming out of the quality control lab and into some quite unexpected places, as Tom Wilkie discovers
Felix Grant finds scientific software vendors extending into the world of finance
John Murphy profiles Bill Trowbridge, for whom entrepreneurial success has come relatively late in his career.
Sophia Ktori highlights the role of the laboratory software in the use of medical diagnostics
Gemma Church explores the use of modelling and simulation to predict weather and climate patterns
Robert Roe reviews the latest in accelerator technology and finds that GPUs and coprocessors will be key fixtures in the future of deep learning
Robert Roe finds that commoditisation of flash and SSD technology and the uptake of machine learning and AI applications are driving new paradigms in storage technology.