Waters has introduced its Analytical Workflow Manager Software 1.4.7. The software lets scientists in analytical laboratories track and accelerate order processing using an electronic workflow and storage management solution.
Thermo Electron has launched Galileo LIMS v 3.1, providing additional functionality to increase efficiency in the demanding high-throughput environment of in vitro ADME/Tox discovery laboratories.
The MathWorks has launched the latest version of its Video and Image Processing Blockset, which extends Simulink to allow engineers to develop embedded video and imaging systems using model-based design.
The MathWorks has launched Distributed Computing Toolbox 2, a programming tool to simplify the development of distributed computing applications.
IDBS has launched the ActivityBase Xtended Edition (ActivityBase XE), which offers template design flexibility and facilitates incorporation of bespoke business rules for data verification.
Thermo Electron has released version 1.6 of its Rhombix Software Suite - bringing coherence to the whole crystallisation process.
Waters has launched Version 7.0 of its NuGenesis Scientific Data Management System (SDMS) software.
Thermo Electron has introduced Retriever version 3.0, a web-based data extraction and presentation solution that enables secure access to laboratory data, no matter the originating data system.
Release 5.2, the latest version of IRIS Explorer from NAG, is now available on the Mac OS X platform. IRIS Explorer is an advanced visualisation application development environment and is one of the first modular, multi-purpose visualisation environments
Golden Software's Surfer program is a 3D visualisation and surface modelling package, used extensively for terrain modelling, landscape visualisation, surface analysis, gridding, volumetrics, and much more.
Miner3D is a visual data mining environment enabling a flexible analytical interaction with large datasets, regardless of the user's statistical or mathematical expertise or programming skills.
Chemical Abstracts Service (CAS) has introduced a number of enhancements in the CA and CAplus databases on STN, including additional content and features for more effective patent searching with IPC codes. IPC-related improvements in CA/CAplus databases include the implementation of all available IPC classifications in patents in the CA/CAplus databases from the Canadian, European, French, German, Japanese, Russian, UK, US and WIPO patent offices.
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