Volvo and Ford have both selected Sharc's Harpoon software for thermal simulation in car design. It will be used to create complex meshes of complete vehicles.
IDBS has made its cheminformatics suite PredictionBase available to members of the University of Louis Pasteur in Strasbourg. The University will use PredictionBase during training courses.
STARLIMS v10 has been selected by IWW Water Centre in Muelheim, one of the leading water research institutes in Germany. It will ensure full compliance with stringent water quality regulations.
Bioinformatics company DNAStar has expanded its license agreement with Cancer Research UK (CR-UK) to include the Cambridge Research Institute and The Paterson Institute for Cancer Research.
A research centre at Cornell University is collaborating with the National Science Foundations TeraGrid to provide an internet interface for the Arecibo Observatory.
AstraZeneca is using Cambridge Cell Networks (CCnet) genomics and proteomics software ToxWiz to predict the effects of drugs used to treat liver disease.
WinLIMS from QSI has been used by Christchurch City Council in New Zealand to manage the councils waste water analysis laboratories and schedule samples across sites.
DaimlerChrysler Buses has selected LMS Test.Lab to increase efficiency in the vehicle development process. The software will measure the noise and vibrations within the vehicles.
Cedra research, a contract research organisation (CRO), has selected Green Mountain Logics Labpas CT to automate its Phase I clinical trial operations.
Rice University is the most recent recipient of a site license for ACD/Labs ACD/ChemSketch, giving staff and students access to an advanced chemical tool for drawing and naming structures.
Robert Roe explores efforts to diversify the HPC processor market
Darren Barrington-Light, senior manager product marketing for Thermo Fisher Scientific, explains the importance of integrating LIMS into the pharmaceutical data chain
Gemma Church looks at the use of additive manufacturing processes in engineering