Molecular Connections database Netpro will be fully integrated into Genomatixs biological networks and pathway knowledge base BiblioSphere PathwayEdition (BSPE). This is the first step in a planned strategic partnership.
Siena Biotech has extended its license of Bioalmas knowledge mining system, AKS2. AKS2 provides a rapid way to explore information in published literature and results from itsproteomics platform.
GenoLogics' genomics product Geneus, has been installed at a first customer site, the University of Pittsburgh Genomics and Proteomics Core Laboratories (GPCL).
Organon has introduced the XE module of IDBSs ActivityBase into its molecular pharmacology departments. Organon is a long-time user of ActivityBase, having first installed it in 2002.
Reel Two is using Advanced Chemistry Developments (ACD/Labs) nomenclature software for the challenging task of converting chemical names found in its patents database to chemical structures.
GeneGo and Spotfire have integrated their flagship products. The agreement will allow users of GeneGos MetaCore and MetaData products to analyse genomics data more easily and accurately in Spotfires DecisionSite.
VSNi has appointed Jim Cooper as it first non-executive chairman. Cooper is CEO and president of Maplesoft, and will help steer VSNis planned future growth and development.
Katalysis is to distribute Labtronics' LimsLink suite to the Brazillian market. The software includes LimsLink and LimsLink CDS, a bi-directional interface between any LIMS system and any CDS.
Microsoft Research and INRIA, the French National Institute for Research in Computer Science, have opened the Microsoft Research - INRIA Joint Centre in Orsay, France.
Thermo Fisher Scientific will give three free technical presentations on LIMS at the Arab Lab 2007 exhibition in Dubai. The presentations will take place from Sunday 11 to Wednesday 14 February.
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