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Rapid noise analysis aids automotive company

31 May 2007

Automotive company Mira has selected LMS Test.Lab for its consultancy vehicle noise and vibration testing and development. The new software allows more rapid analysis to identify where problems may be occurring.

Teaching software helps Dutch students achieve 95 per cent pass rate

25 May 2007

Engineering students at the Polytechnical Institute of Noordelijke Hogeschool Leeuwarden in Holland (NHL) have benefited from using the Maple TA educational software, with a 95 per cent pass rate for their course.

Computer models help with riot control

25 May 2007

The randomness of riots is also what makes them so dangerous. Now, a geographer at Arizona State University is designing a computer model to help predict human behaviour at its most unpredictable.

University develops HPC cluster

25 May 2007

The University of Surrey is to install a high performance computing cluster to provide more computationally intensive research in multimedia security, intelligent and adaptive systems and the financial services industry.

$25k prize for solving computing's 'simplest' problem

17 May 2007

Wolfram Research, the creator of Mathematica, is to award a $25,000 prize to the first person or group to solve a 70-year-old puzzle at the very core of modern computing.

LMS completes share acquisition of Imagine

16 May 2007

LMS has completed the acquisition of the privately held shares of Imagine, and now plans to make an offer to buy the remaining 7 per cent currently in the hands of the public.

Research centre to explain the complexity of real life

15 May 2007

The University of Manchester is developing a £3m research centre to provide cutting-edge research on complex, real-life systems such as car safety systems, flight controllers, power stations and the human body.

News in brief

15 May 2007

The thousandth book sponsored by The MathWorks has been published. The MathWorks currently works with leading publishers and authors in academia to write and publish books based on Matlab and Simulink.

High-accuracy models help patients with bone disease

11 May 2007

Researchers from the Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute in Bologna have succeeded in using computer models to accurately predict stresses and strains anywhere on a patients skeleton.

Supercomputers bring £500,000 savings to engineering company

11 May 2007

Global aerospace and defence company BAE Systems have recently installed supercomputers that are set to save it £500,000 per year in running costs alone.

CRO automates laboratories using clinical trial software

08 May 2007

Australian clinical research organisation (CRO) Nucleus Network has selected Labpas CT, from Labpas, to fully automate its Phase 1 clinical trials.

LIMS platform proves popular with R&D organisations

08 May 2007

A growing number of R&D organisations including Biogen Idec, the Penn State College of Medicine, and the Universities of Pennsylvania, Virginia and Glasgow are using Genologics OMIX LIMS software for translational medicine.

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