Press Releases

National Instruments has released its newest virtual instrumentation tools for Linux operating systems.

Thermo Electron has developed a new datasheet on the Atlas CDS, available free in PDF or printed format, which addresses the benefits of standardising on a single solution.

Waters' MassLynx Software has been enhanced and reconfigured to facilitate high-performance quantification and qualitative analysis so that users can process and review results, and generate reports more easily.

Labtronics has released LimsLink 4.0, the latest version of its laboratory instrument integration solution.

Quality Systems International (QSI), is now offering a subscription payment option that will enable establishments with limited budgets to enjoy the benefits of LIMS for under £400/ month.

Thermo Electron has introduced Darwin LIMS, a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) laboratory information management system for pharmaceutical manufacturing R&D and QA/QC.

National Instruments has released its newest virtual instrumentation tools for Linux operating systems, including NI-DAQmx 8 driver software and new instrument drivers for modular instruments.

Media Cybernetics has released Image-Pro Plus Version 6.0, its scientific image processing and analysis software, including a number of new features along with support for Windows XP x64 operating systems. It also includes support for new file formats including read/write support for JPEG2000 and read support for EXIF JPEG files.

Image-Pro Plus Version 6.0 provides a streamlined acquisition interface that makes it simple to capture images. It includes a dynamic auto-range feature for optimised image views, as well as user-defined live scaling for low-light acquisition.

The latest version of STAR-Works, a CAD-embedded CFD tool for SolidWorks, has been created specifically to enable design and project engineers to undertake basic flow simulation, even if they are lacking experience in traditional computational fluid dynamics (CFD) analysis.

Quantum Pharmaceuticals has released Quantum 3.1, a suite of drug discovery software for Linux and Windows designed to enhance stages of drug discovery workflows, such as target identification, drug hit identification, lead identification and lead optimisation.

The Quantum software was developed by applying quantum and molecular physics instead of statistical scoring-function-like and QSAR-like methods.

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