InforSense has joined Affymetrix's applications programme to ensure that its software solutions are fully compatible with Affymetrixs GeneChip microarray platform.
As bioinformatics tools are developing to incorporate multiple data sources into a single platform, they are playing a much larger part in the biotech industry, according to a new market report.
Starlims Technologies' web-based LIMS is to be implemented by Schiff Nutrition International. Schiff develops vitamin and nutritional supplements in the United States and throughout the world.
Cornell University has given its high-performance computing centre a makeover, with a new name, new director, and plans to expand and develop in the near future.
LabLogic Systems has created an international scientific advisory committee to contribute to the ongoing development of Laura, its chromatography data collection and analysis system.
Syngene has strengthened its US presence with the appointment of two new distributors, Bartlett-Williams Scientific Resources and Imgen Technologies. It has also appointed a new sales manager for its own US commercial team.
Tessella is to develop a new measurement and monitoring system for Janet, the network operator for the UKs education and research network. The contract was awarded through the Catalist framework.
GenoLogics has made an agreement with Illumina to become a technology partner and participant in IlluminaConnect, a bioinformatics software programme established to advance data integration and analysis among the life science community.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has formed a strategic partnership with Megaware, a life science technology organisation, to deliver a new bioanalysis solution and joint support services for pharmaceutical, biotech and contract research organisations (CROs).
Green Mountain Logic has formed a collaboration with Phase Forward, to develop an interface between GMLs LabPas CT product and Phase Forwards InForm ITM electronic data capture (EDC) product.
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