LabLogic Systems has acquired IN/US Systems, the manufacturer of radio chromatography flow-through detectors and counters for bio-medical research.
Elsevier has established an advisory board for its organic chemistry database; the Public Health Agency of Canada has licensed DNAStar's Lasergene software; and QSI has established a new division in France.
Accelerated Technology Laboratories and Microsoft are to host a free, educational seminar on the use of Laboratory Information Management Systems to streamline laboratory operations.
Symyx Technologies is to acquire certain MDL Information Systems software products from Elsevier for $123m in a cash transaction, in a move to expand its R&D portfolio.
The US National Science Foundation (NSF) is to fund one of the world's most powerful supercomputer at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign.
A new strategic business partnership has been established between QSI, suppliers of WinLIMS and Brady Corporation, providers of labelling systems.
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.
Robert Roe looks at the changing ways that the HPC industry uses cloud computing technology
Robert Roe reports on new technology and 30 years of the US supercomputing conference at SC18 in Dallas
Sophia Ktori completes her two-part series on the use of artificial intelligence in healthcare research
Robert Roe reports on developments in multiphysics simulation at the Global Altair Technology Conference
Gemma Church reveals how simulation and modelling are aiding the design and development of a range of medical devices