An international research consortium is to embark on the most ambitious genomics program to date, with the task of sequencing 1,000 genomes within three years.
Cenetron Diagnostics has implemented the latest version of the Starlims Laboratory Information Management System for global clinical trials.
Mettler Toledo and Applied Biosystems have collaborated to allow the seamless integration of Mettler Toledos LabX Data Management Software with the Applied Biosystems SQL*LIMS laboratory information system.
A new, â‚¬12m EC project aims to use web technology to build a wide-ranging integrated genetic variation catalogue to provide information that may help to improve understanding of disorders such as diabetes, obesity, heart disease and cancer.
A Â£12m initiative in the UK will bring together four British universities - Cardiff, Lancaster, Nottingham and Southampton - to expand the UKs contribution to operations research (OR).
The US Department of Energy has allocated about 10.4 million CPU hours on supercomputers at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing Center (NERSC) at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory as part of a program to accelerate scientific discoveries in multiple disciplines.
The long-awaited UK national supercomputer has finally been unveiled. The computer, dubbed HECToR, is based in Edinburgh and will be open to academic and industrial users.
A computer has been programmed to understand the quirks of a dog's bark, including the context and the sound of each individual 'voice'
Powerful simulations calibrated and validated with advanced imaging techniques could create an accurate model of the heart in silico, providing a virtual test subject for future investigations.
Mathematical models have revealed that the way cells pack into the eyes of the fruit fly shares key features in common with the structure of foam.
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