A revolutionary machine, which can quickly and cheaply make everything from a cup to a clarinet, could be in all our homes in the next few years. Research by engineers at the University of Bath could transform the manufacture of almost all everyday household objects by allowing people to produce them in their own homes…
Anticipating attacks from terrorists, and hardening potential targets against them, is a wearying and expensive business that could be made simpler through a broader view of the opponents' origins, fears, and ultimate objectives…
Researchers at the University of Warwick's Department of Physics have gained insight into the mysterious giant dark "tadpoles" that appear to swim towards the surface of the Sun …
An equation solver with programming capabilities that is not only an engineering tool, but an informational management tool as well. Although this software is in its fifth version, I approach it as a novice as it is my first experience with the program. According to the company, it has been on the market since 1983, about the same time as VisiCalc, one of the first spreadsheets to be widely circulated.
The Navigator is one of the more recent additions to the line of books that, by explanation and example, facilitate the use of one of the most popular symbolic/numeric mathematical programs. Mathematica has been reviewed many times in this and other publications and is frequently used software for advanced mathematics
Autonomous adaptive data mining agents Bill Weaver, Ph.D. Measurement scientists deal constantly with the problem of too much data. Faced with a large pile of ore, it is legitimate to ask how much of the desired material it contains. A reasoned sampling strategy coupled with the appropriate statistics can yield an average value that describes the entire collection
Agilent gains exclusive access to intellectual property for ChIP-on-chip, plans collaborative research center in Cambridge, Mass.February 28, 2005 7:00 pm | Articles | Comments
PALO ALTO , Calif. , Jan. 5, 2005 Agilent Technologies Inc. has acquired announced its acquisition of Computational Biology Corp., a biotech pioneer in ChIP-on-chip, a microarray -based technique for understanding gene regulation in disease.
A look at what we might expect to see in 2005 and beyond Jo Webber, Ph.D. The use, implementation and deployment of laboratory information management systems (LIMS) in the pharmaceutical industry is shaped by underlying trends. For example, pharmacovigilance, which the World Health Organization defines as “the science and activities relating to the detection
Jim Miller, Director of Software and Informatics, Agilent Technologies, Inc. It goes without saying that the amount of data we are confronted with in our everyday lives has increased drastically since the advent of the Internet and appears to be rising exponentially.
Fluorescence microscopy has emerged as one of the most powerful tools in cell biology, and is poised to drive discovery in the new field of systems biology. Data acquired as a result of fluorescence microscopy applications in the laboratory has been critical to developing an understanding of cell biology
A look at the new crop of scanning and indexing utilities John R. Joyce, Ph.D. As disk drives become larger and larger, it also becomes harder and harder to keep track of all the information on them. The operatingsystem you are using might provide some tools to help keep track of this information. Even Windows contains a Search function to help locate specific files
In a previous article that appeared in the March 2004 issue of SC&I, I discussed likely trends in the development of the chromatography data system (CDS) to deal with mounting pressures on every laboratory. I felt that software developers would need to prepare for these trends
Chromatographic techniques account for a substantial portion of the collected analytical data in analytical laboratories today. Although liquid chromatography (LC) predominates, gas chromatography (GC) and super-critical fluid chromatography (SFC) are important too
Can the penetration of a company into the informatics sector lead big firms to the Promised Land? Randy C. Hice The pedigree of the firm has less to do with your chances of success than the skill set of that person who shoulders the burden of defining, designing and containing your informatics initiative.
A conference program and exhibitions combine to provide technology solutions in drug development and manufacturing. Pavilions include Facilities, Outsourcing & Contract Services, Information Technology and Manufacturing/Processing. http://www.interphex.