OmniViz and ChemAxon are to continue to provide ChemAxons Marvin chemical visualisation suite within OmniVizs Titanium data visualisation and analysis product, and will integrate MarvinView 4.4 into the next version.
LMS International has entered negotiations to acquire Imagine, a French supplier of 1D multiphysics simulation solutions for mechanical and mechatronic stress, to extend its current simulation portfolio.
InforSense has expanded its headquarter offices in London, UK and Cambridge, Massachusetts, following a year of intense growth. The companys staff grew from 63 to 100 employees during 2006.
Lumiere Technology is to distribute Cerno Biosciences MassWorks mass spectrometry data software in China. Lumiere is already a well-established distributor of advanced laboratory analysis equipment.
ClinPhone has appointed Dr Ralf Oxenfarth as business development director, to achieve agreed sales targets, and secure new business and manage the accounts of existing clients.
Thermo Fisher Scientific has announced a new partnership with Interfusão to market, distribute and deploy Thermo Scientific-branded LIMS and chromatography data systems to Brazil's growing metals, minerals and mining industries
LMS International and IPG Automotive have signed a partnership agreement to integrate IPG-Driver, IPGs virtual driver model, into the LMS Virtual.Lab Motion software for vehicle simulation.
CAS has made significant improvements to its databases, including extended Asian coverage, an increased number of US articles, faster searching capabilities, and revisions to chemical nomenclature.
Interactive Supercomputing has received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a software development project that seeks to enable scientists to transparently run their simulations on parallel architectures.
InforSense, a provider of enterprise real-time analytics, has partnered with Ingenuity Systems, a supplier of biology software. The partnership will provide integration capabilities between InforSense KDE and Ingenuity Pathway Analysis.
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