NASA's Mars Exploration Rover Spirit is healthy again, the result of recovery work by mission engineers since the robot developed computer-memory and communications problems 10 days ago. "We have confirmed that Spirit is booting up normally. Tomorrow we'll be doing some preventive maintenance," Dr.
Astronomers have used an observation by NASA's Chandra X-ray Observatory to make the best case yet that a star can be engulfed by its companion star and survive.
L.I.M.S. (USA) Inc. has changed its name to STARLIMS Corporation, as part of its enhanced corporate identity strategy.
STARLIMS Corporation announced an addition to the company's international coverage South Korea. The company's new partners are Interface Engineering Co. Ltd. (IEC), a long time player in the South Korean LIMS market.
Waters Corporation has entered into a definitive merger agreement to acquire the outstanding capital stock of privately held Massachusetts-based NuGenesis Technologies Corporation for approximately $43 million, subject to the satisfaction of certain conditions contained in the merger agreement.
Bruker BioSciences Corporation announced that it is progressing rapidly with the implementation of its strategy to expand its global distribution and support capabilities.
Varian announced a strategic partnership with Sageful Corporation for developing and marketing a broad-range of intelligent data management solutions which complement Varian's rapid drugs-of-abuse testing (DAT) products.
InnaPhase announced the global release of Newton LIMS, a solution for pharmaceutical development, quality control, stability and environmental monitoring. The official release date of December 28, 2003 is in keeping with the Newton LIMS schedule unveiled at The 2003 Pittsburgh Conference.
PerkinElmer it has reached agreement with the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) whereby PerkinElmer will be permitted to resume production and shipment of newborn screening test kits at its Norton, Ohio facility.
Tripos amended its strategic collaboration with Pfizer Inc. for the design, synthesis and purification of druglike compounds.
InnaPhase announced the addition of Michael Tyszkiewicz, formerly of Applied Biosystems, as director of product development.
InnaPhase announced the addition of Robert Voelkner, formerly of Thermo Electron Corporation, as director of business development. In his new role, Voelkner will lead the effort to further expand InnaPhase's presence in various regions of the world.
Scientists from Intel Corporation have achieved a major advance using silicon manufacturing processes to create a novel "transistor-like" device that can encode data onto a light beam.
Linux Networx announced the addition of two new executives as part of its long-term growth strategy to expand the company's presence in Europe, the Middle East and Africa (EMEA) and in worldwide government markets.
Scientists from the Glenn T. Seaborg Institute and the Chemical Biology and Nuclear Science