Interactive Supercomputing has received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for a software development project that seeks to enable scientists to transparently run their simulations on parallel architectures.
CAS has made significant improvements to its databases, including extended Asian coverage, an increased number of US articles, faster searching capabilities, and revisions to chemical nomenclature.
onCore UK has licensed LabVantages Sapphire BioBanking Solution to support the launch of its ambitious large scale operational cancer biobank. The biobank is a national biosample resource for cancer researchers.
Richard Solari, former director of business intelligence at Oracle, has joined InforSense as vice president of analytic solutions. Solari will be responsible for the companys overall expansion into new markets.
Social policy makers and town planners will soon be able to play SimCity for real using grid computing and e-Science techniques to test the consequences of their policies.
LMS has appointed Eddy Vandersmissen as vice president of marketing and customer services. He joins LMS from Fujitsu Siemens where he was marketing director for the Benelux region.
The University of Glasgow recently installed the GenoLogics Proteus solution for its proteomics research, with plans to add the Geneus solution for genomics research in the near future.
DNAStar has signed a site license agreement with Cancer Research UK that allows it to use DNAStars Lasergene software anywhere on its Lincolns Inn Fields or Clare Hall campuses.
OpenEye Scientific Software, a developer of innovative molecular modelling solutions for drug discovery research, has opened its first European office in Strasbourg, France.
Gaz de France and ffA are collaborating to develop a 3D fault analysis toolset which will provide operators with a more accurate reservoir model and reserves estimate.
Scientists at The University of Manchester are using 3D computer graphics to combat the pain suffered by amputees, by giving the illusion the limb is still there.
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