DNAStar has extended its existing 10-year distribution agreement with GATC Biotech, who will continue to distribute DNAStars products in Germancy, France, Switzerland and Austria.
Cell Genesys, a Californian cancer research organisation, has selected the Thermo Scientific Darwin v2.0 LIMS product. Its easy to use interface and low cost were key factors in the decision.
InforSense is now providing a web resource to allow easier collaboration between life scientists and analysts.
IPG Automotive is integrating the complete Sherpa-Engine model library, from Sherpa Engineering, into its vehicle dynamics software, CarMaker.
Genedata is participating in BaSysBio, an integrated systems biology project to study the global regulation of gene transcription in Bacillis subtilis, used as a producer of enzymes and metabolites.
A Californian water district has chosen the Sample Master Pro LIMS system from Accelerated Technology Laboratories (ATL) to manage sample analysis.
The Hospital for Sick Children Research Institute has chosen GenoLogic's Geneus software to manage their genomics workflows. It will also be used in collaborative stem cell research.
The National Cancer Institute's Pediatric Oncology Branch is using parallel computing software to accelerate medical discoveries and provide insight into the genetic risk factors of cancer.
LMS's engineering software has been implemented by SABCA and the EADS Group to test the ability of aircraft designs to withstand vibration.
Genedata's system for high throughput screening of data is being used at Japanese pharmaceutical company Chugai to discover drugs for cancer and bone and joint diseases.
A new European trade fair and conference, L.A.B, devoted to analysis, bio and laboratory equipment will take place in London between 2 to 4 October 2007.
Robert Roe explores efforts to diversify the HPC processor market
Darren Barrington-Light, senior manager product marketing for Thermo Fisher Scientific, explains the importance of integrating LIMS into the pharmaceutical data chain
Gemma Church looks at the use of additive manufacturing processes in engineering