GenoLogics, a developer of lab and scientific data management solutions, has completed a second round of financing led by OVP Venture Partners in Seattle.
SGI is now giving SGI Altix customers a free, one-year subscription to Interactive Supercomputings (ISC) Star-P, an interactive desktop tool for rapidly solving large scientific and engineering problems.
Agilent Technologies has joined the BioIT Alliance, a cross-industry group working together to improve biomedical information technology with an early focus on addressing data-capture and data-integration.
GeneBio's Phenyx will become the default protein identification software for ProteoRed at the National Centre for Biotechnology/CSIC in Madrid, for the use of proteomics researchers all over Spain.
Fernando Alonso of the Renault F1 Team won his second successive FIA Formula One Drivers World Championship, thanks to an excellent engine designed using CD-adapcos computational fluid dynamics software.
The US Department of Energys Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory has received two new grants worth $13 million to improve software and increase automation in crystallographic processes.
DEM Solutions, a leading developer of DEM (discrete element method) software solutions, has opened a US office in Lebanon, New Hampshire.
Chemical Abstracts Service is continuing its agreement with the Brazilian Ministry of Education CAPES group to provide the SciFinder Scholar research tool to a consortium Brazillian Universities.
ClinPhone has acquired DataLabs, an electronic data capture (EDC) vendor, enabling ClinPhone to offer a comprehensive suite of clinical trial management and data capture systems.
InforSense has received an investment of $10m, led by two of its largest investors, Fleming Family & Partners (FF&P) and Imperial Innovations Group.
The Numerical Mathematics Consortium has announced the latest revision to a technical specification that will resolve technical issues and includes the addition of new function definitions.
A new study of more than 500 users, sponsored by Interactive Supercomputing, suggests difficulties in programming is increasingly becoming one of researchers biggest productivity killers.
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