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.
Interactive Supercomputings software will help the US Army and vehicle designers to evaluate the performance of next-generation military vehicles using supercomputers to dramatically accelerate simulation of the vehicles operations.
Pemex Gas and Basic Petrochemical (PGBP), a subsidiary of the largest company in Mexico, has standardised its laboratory automation by deploying Thermo Scientifics CDS LIMS software.
CD-adapco and NCAS have agreed partnership terms that will lead to an urban scale weather modelling code. The prediction methodology is hoped to enable five-day forecasting of urban air quality.
A fast and efficient image enhancement technique developed at the National Institute of Standards and Technology (NIST) has proven itself to be effective in both microscopic and telescopic applications.
onCore UK has licensed LabVantages Sapphire BioBanking Solution to support the launch of its ambitious large scale operational cancer biobank. The biobank is a national biosample resource for cancer researchers.
Robert Roe looks at research from the University of Alaska that is using HPC to change the way we look at the movement of ice sheets
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