Organisers of the Pittsburgh Conference have announced that renowned scientist Dr Leroy Hood will deliver the plenary lecture, 'Systems biology and systems medicine', during the opening session
The IDBS E-WorkBook Suites compliance to the FDAs 21 CFR Part 11 and Good Laboratory Practice (GLP) guidelines has been independently validated by the Sociedad de ValidaciÃ³n de Sistemas (SVS).
Researchers at the UK's North East Regional e-Science Centre have used grid computing to reveal why anthrax grows when it is living in an animal host, but only lies dormant in soil.
Unigen Pharmaceuticals has implemented the ACD/Structure Elucidator from ACD/Labs to manage multiple analytical techniques and data formats when identifying the structure of lead compounds.
Swiss computational biology provider Genedata has signed a contract with the Freiburg Initiative for Systems Biology to provide its Phylospher and Expressionist software (Frisys).
Merrimack Pharmaceuticals is using SimBiology from The MathWorks to streamline its research into the treatment of autoimmune diseases and cancer.
Biomedical engineers at the University of Virginia School of Engineering and Applied Science have developed a new imaging tool that will dramatically improve medical ultrasound scans.
The University of Reading has upgraded its supercomputing facility to become reportedly the most powerful academic supercomputer in the UK.
Researchers from computationally intensive projects as wide-ranging as earthquake simulation, climate-change prediction and particle physics will have ten times faster access to a European supercomputing facility.
Janet, the network operator for UK education and research councils, has begun trials to become the first European educational network to transfer 40Gbit/s over a single channel operation.
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