sciNote, a free open source electronic lab notebook (ELN), has announced that it has incorporated artificial intelligence capabilities into its electronic lab notebook
After more than 150 issues, the print edition of Scientific Computing World has undergone a long-overdue revamp
Elsevier has announced it is donating its Unified Data Model (UDM) to The Pistoia Alliance, a global, not-for-profit alliance that works to lower barriers to innovation in life sciences research.
Researchers and students at Florida Institute of Technology will be able to benefit from a partnership with Siemens that will allow the university to offer students hands-on learning experiences to better equip them for future STEM careers
A survey carried out by Elsevier’s Reaxys team found that chemists may need to gain more experience with emerging technologies to help drive innovation and career progression within the field of chemistry
After 6 years of growth, Imanova has been acquired by Invicro to establish a unique imaging and data management company, providing comprehensive services in support of drug development and disease research
Certara, a specialist in model-informed drug development has announced that it has developed a report on viral kinetic (VK) modelling to accelerate research into drug-resistant strains of influenza
Engineers from the University of Leicester recently helped in the development of a new, electric sports car project - HIPERCAR.
Genomic sequencing may be about to get a lot faster with the application of optical co-processing technologies that are being deployed to accelerate sequence alignment – a technique that is necessary to establish functional, structural, or evolutionary relationships between the sequences
UK government has contracted project management firm, Amec Foster Wheeler, to lead a £2.9 million nuclear research program.
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
Robert Roe talks to cooling experts to find out what innovation lies ahead for HPC users