PerkinElmer has launched an integrated informatics suite of applications for creating a collaborative and integrated biology workflow, named Ensemble for Biology. In addition to delivering data management and organisation, streamlined workflows, effective collaboration and subsequent connection with downstream development, the platform fully supports regulatory compliance and protects intellectual property. It provides the tools needed for analysis, screening and visualisation, and incorporates the ability to search across experiments, compare multiple assay results and generate reports using drag-and-drop techniques, pre-made biology templates or templates created by researchers.
Sophia Ktori investigates the use of informatics software to increase data integrity in the laboratory
Tim Gillett reports from PRACEDays 2016, held in May in the city of Prague
Robert Roe investigates the motivation behind the architectural changes to Europes fastest supercomputer, Piz Daint, housed at the Swiss National Computing Centre
Robert Roe discusses the merits of the latest storage technologies, including a push by storage providers to develop end-to-end platforms featuring intelligent data management systems
As AMD launches its latest FirePro GPU, Robert Roe investigates a new suite of open-source tools, released by the company that convert code from CUDA into C++