The more computing power, the closer the approach to real-time biological processes Jeff Hornung Salk Institute for Biological Studies Computational Neurobiology Lab Memories are made of this — changes in neuronal responsiveness to synaptic input, that is.
Sensing with synthetic aperture radar Bill Weaver, Ph.D. I recently glanced at the standard clipart collection included with Microsoft Office 2000 and discovered the Science & Technology category contains seven images. Two of them depict computers.
Grid computing is an emerging technology that will one day deliver compute power as a utility Sri Mandyam Recently, grid computing has gained a lot of attention due to its inherent ability to increase resource utilization and reduce capital expenditures.
Key things to consider before taking the leap Tom Quinn and Padmanabhan Lyer, Ph.D. The world’s third fastest computer and fastest Linux cluster, MCR Anyone following the high performance computing industry has probably noticed the growing popularity of Linux cluster systems.
A checklist for getting the most from your system Terry, Ph.D. Whether it's a computational
Bioinformatics has become a principal driver of the migration from traditional multiprocessing servers to clusters of commodity-priced machines Jeff Augen Several years ago, dramatic advances in information technology and computer sciences made possible the launch of in silico biology.
New development tools bundled with RAD system John R. Joyce, Ph.D. If this name sounds vaguely familiar, while at the same time slightly confusing, there is a reason. Delphi 7 Studio is basically version 7 of Borland's Delphi rapid application development (RAD) system, bundled with a number of additional development tools.
The role of bias in LIMS selection Randy C. Hice I was standing near the tee at the sixth hole at the U.S. Open Golf Championship in Pebble Beach a few years ago. Ernie Els, the silky-smooth South African had just slammed a drive maybe 310 yards down the fairway. Next up, Tiger Woods.
The evolution of lasers is a loose allegory for the developmental curve of LIMS in the industry. Of course, this image falls aside when one considers that LIMS have steeply increased in price since the mid 80s, unlike lasers costing hundreds of thousands of dollars now contained in a device the size of a cigarette and costing a few dollars...
Creating awareness with sensor fusion Bill Weaver, Ph.D. Brainteaser: Given the following sequence, "ABCDFGHJ," predict the next character.
A look back at significant changes of the last decade John R. Joyce, Ph.D. Depending on how you define it, the Internet is 20-years-old this year. Or possibly it's 33. That's the problem with evolving systems, defining the point at which the advanced form came into existence.
Advancements in technical computing from 1980 to the future Anne Fitzpatrick, Ph.D. Broadly speaking, computers have played roles in laboratories since antiquity, from the time astronomers and navigators employed simple calculating technologies to assist with their respective work.
The gap between stand-alone instruments and PCs is closing quickly Tim Dehne Virtual instrumentation in the late 1980s - Over the last two decades, the pace of innovation in computing size, speed, and power have made tremendous advancements.
The movement to the industrial age of science Scott Jenkins, PhD, Devices and Diagnostics Segment Executive, IBM Life Sciences Chemical reactions - In decades past, analytics was the only source for answers.
Tektronix, Inc and KineticSystems Company, LLC have finalized a definitive agreement for KineticSystems to acquire Gage Applied, Inc. from Tektronix, Inc. Gage Applied, Inc will operate under the name Gage Applied Technologies, Inc. The terms of the agreement were not disclosed.