XIS platform connects researchers with meaningful biological and chemical data Michael Peachey and Alan Roter, Ph.D. The seemingly endless quantity of new data being generated by high-density microarrays and other assays is a mixed blessing for life science researchers.
Navigating project minefields Randy C. Hice Most people know Larry Ellison as the sometimes overbearing, often outrageous, but undeniably brilliant CEO of Oracle. The billions he has drawn from Oracle allowed him to pursue his passion, yacht racing, at the highest level in the world. In 1998, Mr.
An e-book reader can store hundreds of books on a PocketPC or Palm-based PDA John R. Joyce, Ph.D. Did you ever have to make a business trip where you wanted to take some reference books along, or maybe just a novel or two to read in transit, and didn't because of the weight or bulk?
Discovering the mathematics of intelligence Bill Weaver, Ph.D. This past April, I had the great privilege of attending the Franklin Institute Awards Ceremony as a representative of Scientific Computing & Instrumentation. The Franklin Institute (www.fi.
SGI has achieved a sustaining a rate of 10.1TB per hour for a disk-to-tape file backup. SGI has also established an image restore record of 7.9TB/hour. The benchmark nearly triples the previous record of 3.
GE Medical Systems Information Technologies, the healthcare IT business of General Electric Company, and Triple G Systems Group have signed a definitive transaction agreement, pursuant to which GE will acquire Triple G.
IBM has been awarded $53.3 million in funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) for the second phase of DARPA's High Productivity Computing Systems (HPCS) initiative.
InforSense announced a distribution agreement with Fujitsu. Fujitsu will act as the distributor in Japan of the forthcoming Kensington Discovery Station, the desktop version of InforSense's Kensington Discovery Edition.
Amersham Biosciences and geneticXchange have collaborated to provide a laboratory data acquisition, management and integration solution.
Agilent Technologies announced a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement (CRADA) with Battelle Memorial Institute, the operating and management contractor for the Department of Energy's (DOE) Pacific Northwest National Laboratory (PNNL) located in Richland, WA.
Amersham Biosciences and Geneva Bioinformatics S.A. have signed an exclusive agreement to provide researchers with the next generation of 2-D gel image analysis tools for proteomics research.
Applied Biosystems Group, an Applera Corporation business, announced that Rajinder Kaul, Ph.D., Scientific Coordinator, University of Washington Genome Center, Seattle, WA, is the primary recipient of the Applied Biosystems $250,000 SNP Genotyping Grant.
BioMedion has partnered with Labtronics to provide instrument interfacing solutions for their Document Management System BM-windream.
SYBYL/Base is the heart of Tripos' Discovery Software, providing the fundamental components for understanding molecular structure and properties with a special focus on the creation of new chemical entities.
Scientific WorkPlace users can create, edit, and typeset mathematical and scientific text. The software is based on a word processor that completely integrates writing mathematics and text in the same environment.