At the Microscopy and Microanalysis 2017 Meeting, held in St Louis, Missouri, Bruker presented a new software package, XMethod, for laser analysis of scanning electron microscopes (SEM) data
Certara, a provider of software for model-informed drug development and regulatory science, today announced that it has added externalisation technology to its D360 scientific informatics platform
The CAB Thesaurus has received a major update for the 2017 edition, making it easier to access the world’s largest source of terminology covering the applied life sciences. The search tool now provides a controlled vocabulary resource approaching 2.7 million descriptive terms.
Agilent Technologies has announced it has acquired the UK-based Cobalt Light Systems, a provider of highly differentiated Raman spectroscopic instruments for the pharmaceutical industry, applied markets and public safety.
The Supercomputing provider Cray has announced a partnership with Seagate focused on the ClusterStor high-performance storage business
Optibrium and Bugworks Research, a company focused on discovering biopharmaceuticals for the treatment of critical and serious bacterial infections, have announced the signing of a two-year agreement to license Optibrium’s StarDrop software
The European Converge conference, hosted by solidThinking returns to the SANAA building in Essen Germany on October 17th, 2017
BenevolentAI, a company that develops and applies artificial intelligence for scientific innovation, has announced it has hired Dr Nathan Brown BSc (Hons) FRSC, as its new Head of Cheminformatics following the promotion of Mark Davies from Head of Cheminformatics at BenevolentAI to VP Biomedical Informatics earlier in the year.
Bioinformatics software company Biomatters has announced that it has opened new offices in Denmark and made key management appointments in North America, Europe, and Asia to service growing demand from enterprises involved in biologic drug development.
ANSYS, a provider of engineering simulation software, announced that it has acquired Computational Engineering International, the developer of a suite of products that helps engineers and scientists analyze, visualize and communicate simulation data
Atos, has announced a commercially available machine-system capable of simulating up to 40 quantum bits (Qubits).