May / June 2004

The Web that changed the world

Scientific Computing World appeared just as the World Wide Web was escaping from particle physics. Michael Kenward reflects on a decade of rapid progress

The future of virtual instrumentation

James Truchard believes that performance will improve, while costs and development time will decrease, making engineers more productive through the use of virtual instrumentation

Redefining disease

Guy Lefever sees seven new technologies, all related to scientific computing, transforming the face of medicine

Moving ahead with advancing technology

Robert Massie and Ramond D'Angelo believe that, as the physical limitations of processing, storing, and delivering information diminish, the possibilities of the digital research environment keep expanding


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