Press Releases

Applied Biosystems/MDS SCIEX has announced an automated system for detection of food contaminants, such as pesticides, dyes, mould-related toxins, and chemical and antibiotic residues.

Applied Biosystems has launched a drug discovery application that enables pharmaceutical companies and contract research organisations to more quickly and accurately screen drug candidates - LightSight Software for Metabolite Identification.

The latest version of WinLIMS, from Quality Systems International (QSI), includes new tools that handle installation, configuration, and testing with no need for supplier visits.

The MathWorks has announced major upgrades to three of its control design software products - Control System Toolbox 7, Simulink Control Design 2 and Simulink Response Optimisation 3.

Scientists and engineers interested in creating and measuring sound or acoustic waves will find new simulation capabilities in Comsols Acoustics Module. It is ideal for examining linear mechanical wave phenomena.

GenStat 9th Edition is intended to help scientists, researchers, and analysts cope with increasingly large data sets, combining out-of-the-box functionality with a programming capability for the more experienced user.

Adept Scientific has launched a new e-book, which presents Maple as an advanced model development and optimisation environment, with special emphasis is placed on solving multi-extremal models.

Thermo Electron has developed two new versions of its reporting software packages, EnviroLab Forms 2.0 and ToxLab Forms 2.0,which offer scientists workflow-oriented approaches to GC/MS analyses.

Thermo Electron Corporation has updated Darwin LIMS to allow easier integration. Darwin LIMS is a commercial-off-the-shelf (COTS) laboratory information management system (LIMS) designed specifically for pharmaceutical manufacturing R&D and QA/QC.

Applied Biosystems has introduced its Methyl Primer Express Software, and the methylSEQr Bisulphite Conversion Kit, to simplify applications such as bisulphite sequencing and fragment analysis in DNA methylation experiments.

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