November / December 2003

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Chemical brain in a box

ChemBrain doesn't look unusual. It has a straightforward Windows interface and dialogue boxes, albeit in an older style and perhaps slightly inelegant in places. But, aesthetics aside, ChemBrain is different, reports David Bradley

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Sophia Ktori highlights the role of the laboratory software in the use of medical diagnostics

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Gemma Church explores the use of modelling and simulation to predict weather and climate patterns

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Robert Roe reviews the latest in accelerator technology and finds that GPUs and coprocessors will be key fixtures in the future of deep learning

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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.