A team led by a researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine has developed vaccines that vastly reduce or eliminate dogs'
Agilent Technologies Completes Acquisition of Silicon Genetics, Provider of Life Science InformaticsOctober 31, 2004 7:00 pm | News | Comments
Agilent Technologies Inc. (NYSE: A) today announced the completion of its acquisition of Silicon Genetics, a provider of software solutions for life science discovery.
Humans evolved from ape-like ancestors because they needed to run long distances, perhaps to hunt animals or scavenge carcasses on Africa’s vast savannah, and the ability to run shaped our anatomy, making us look like we do today
Researchers with the Agricultural Research Service may have found the best way to entice consumers to eat their veggies: surprise them. They're breeding carrots that come in a palette of totally unexpected colors including yellow, dark orange, bright red -- even purple
The West Virginia High Technology Consortium (WVHTC) Foundation (http://www.wvhtf.org) and Verizon West Virginia (Verizon) announce a strategic partnership
Understanding and optimizing the implementation process Robert D. McDowall This article presents an overview of the design and implementation of a paperless laboratory with case study examples of how to progress toward an electronic environment.
Sophisticated applications can be developed relatively quickly Randall K. Julian, Jr., Ph.D. It has long been recognized that the exchange of data is of critical importance to the science of analytical chemistry.
What are you missing? Horst D. Simon Visual Data Analysis (VDA) tool packages are powerful software tools that allow the development of complex solutions to visualize and analyze data.
Standardizing the networked sensor interface Bill Weaver "No, I just have more homework than most" was my standard reply when new acquaintances in undergraduate classes learned of my double major in the physical sciences and accused me of being "smart."
How effective software design can leverage evolving technologies to reduce risk and improve ROI. As the commercial LIMS marketplace evolves and matures, it continually faces the challenge of technology change.
Hewlett-Packard's latest aid to the scientific community (and calculator geeks) is a sleek, silver programmable calculator with diverse menu's beefed-up memory, and a really nice display. This last is highlighted because the user is routinely presented with two oversized rows of display that are very easy on the eyes and can be enhanced by adjusting the contrast.
Measurement and analysis add another dimension Dean Sequera It wasn't that long ago that three-dimensional (3-D) rendering of microscopic objects was an elusive dream of microscopists.
It is shocking how many companies are willing to take potentially crippling risks in terms of compliance Randy C. Hice The impetuousness of a 14 year old is quite different from senior managers who consciously make the decision to take on staggering risks. I'm talking about compliance risks for FDA regulated companies.
Scientists and engineers have a tendency to become so involved in their work that they loose track of the inconsequential things around them, such as their personal life. With the holiday season rapidly approaching, this tendency could well become grounds for divorce. To save you from this sad fate, I am back once again with a list of holiday gift suggestions.
Successful LIMS implementation needs discipline, accountability, responsability, leadership and control Sam Yazdaniac The LIMS applications have brought many success stories and disappointments throughout their approximate 25 years of life.