Genmab in the Netherlands has doubled the number of licenses it owns for ActivityBase XE, which it uses to capture and store plate-based screening data.
Researchers hoping to alter the genetic code of bacteria to produce more effective enzymes used in detergents are using genomics software to handle the large volumes of genetics data.
Controversial new research claims that racially motivated disturbances can be predicted using mathematical models based on the ethnic make-up of the population.
Scientists will have to be prepared for greater cooperation if Europe is to exploit systems biology fully , a new report reveals.
The Sandia National Laboratory has developed a realistic video game to help train security workers make snappier decisions in the event of a disaster.
Amphora Research has launched a new payment programme for its the PatentSafe software, which will make the ELN software more accessible for smaller biotech companies.
A UK e-Science project is using grid computing to solve two pressing environmental problems. One result could prevent arsenic from leaching into drinking water from the bedrock.
Chemical Abstracts Service has broken its personal record for the largest number of entries added to the CAplus database in a single week. In the week beginning July 30, 24,623 records were entered.
Bioinformatics company DNAStar has signed a site license agreement with the Whitney Laboratory for Marine Bioscience in St. Augustine, Florida for the use of the companys Lasergene sequence analysis software.
Using a variety of Agilent Technologies genomics tools, researchers have solved some of the perplexing differences between embryonic stem (ES) cells of humans and mice.
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