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SampleManager LIMS

SampleManager LIMS

March 10, 2015 9:44 am | Thermo Fisher Scientific | Product Releases | Comments

SampleManager LIMS is a comprehensive laboratory information management system. The integrated informatics solution comprises method execution, data visualization and laboratory management, and integrates with all popular enterprise-level software packages. It encompasses laboratory information management (LIMS), scientific data management (SDMS) and lab execution (LES).

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Seahorse Mobile Edition

Seahorse Mobile Edition

March 10, 2015 9:31 am | BSSN Software GmbH | Product Releases | Comments

Seahorse Scientific Workbench is a vendor-neutral software suite for capturing, analyzing and sharing analytical data. It consolidates raw and result data from multiple experimental techniques in a single tool, based on the emerging ASTM AnIML Data Standard. Seahorse Mobile delivers scientific data to mobile devices and supports chromatography (HPLC, GC), mass spectrometry, NMR, optical spectroscopy, microplate reader, bioreactor and fermenter, medical imaging and process chromatography data types.

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ACD/Spectrus Portal

ACD/Spectrus Portal

March 10, 2015 9:07 am | Advanced Chemistry Development, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The ACD/Spectrus Portal is a Web-based interface that provides vendor neutral, multi-technique results from analytical chemistry experiments to laboratory chemists. The portal extends the ACD/Spectrus analytical and chemical laboratory intelligence platform through a series of domain-specific market applications.

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AI and Robot Scientists: The Lab of the Future?

March 10, 2015 8:44 am | by Paul Denny-Gouldson, IDBS | Blogs | Comments

Pharmaceutical companies are under intense pressure. With patents expiring and cost pressures growing, the speed and productivity of drug discovery and manufacturing are under the microscope. It is timely, then, that researchers recently shared promising findings on Eve — an artificially-intelligent robot scientist. Eve discovered a compound with anti-cancer properties. Is this a glimpse of what the lab of the future might look like?

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A prototype urinal is the result of a partnership between researchers at UWE Bristol and Oxfam. Courtesy of University of the West of England

Urine Power to Light Disaster Zone Camps

March 9, 2015 4:59 pm | by UWE Bristol | News | Comments

A toilet, conveniently situated near the Student Union Bar at the University of the West of England (UWE Bristol), is proving pee can generate electricity. It is hoped the pee-power technology will light cubicles in refugee camps, which are often dark and dangerous places, particularly for women.

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The LabWare 7 enterprise laboratory platform brings together the capabilities of laboratory information management systems (LIMS) and electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN) in a single comprehensive solution.

LabWare 7 Enterprise Laboratory Platform

March 9, 2015 4:42 pm | LabWare, Inc. | Product Releases | Comments

The LabWare 7 enterprise laboratory platform brings together the capabilities of laboratory information management systems (LIMS) and electronic laboratory notebooks (ELN) in a single comprehensive solution. It is an adaptable and functionally complete LIMS system scalable to suit every size organization, from single-site, single-user to global organizations with 1000s of users.

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HPC User Forum meetings are open to anyone with an interest in high performance computing or high performance data analysis.

HPC User Forum to Feature Major Sessions on Life Sciences, Big Data, Storage, Cloud and Government Computing

March 9, 2015 4:24 pm | by Suzanne Tracy, Editor-in-Chief, Scientific Computing and HPC Source | Blogs | Comments

Registration is now open for the 56th HPC User Forum, taking place April 13 to 15, 2015, in Norfolk, VA. The forum offers the chance to hear top experts on high-innovation, high-growth areas of the high performance computing market.  Participants will also hear about government initiatives to get ready for future-generation supercomputers.

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Veil Nebula South-eastern Knot-- Courtesy of NASA/ESA/Hubble Heritage (STScI/AURA) - ESA/Hubble Collaboration. Acknowledgment: J. Hester (Arizona State Univ.) – click to enlarge

The Twisted Shockwaves of an Exploded Star

March 9, 2015 4:06 pm | by ESA | News | Comments

Discovered on September 5, 1784, by astronomer William Herschel, the Veil Nebula was once a star. Now, it is a twisted mass of shock waves that appears six times larger than the full Moon in the sky. This Hubble Space Telescope image shows just a small part of the nebula, a region known as the ‘south-eastern knot.’ The entire nebula is about 50 light years in radius, and is located almost 1500 light years away.

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Researchers have been running large-scale experiments on the Internet, where people of any age can become research subjects. Their websites feature cognitive tests designed to be completed in just a few minutes. Shown here is a "pattern completion test" f

The Rise and Fall of Cognitive Skills: Different Parts of the Brain Work Best at Different Ages

March 9, 2015 3:59 pm | by Anne Trafton, MIT | News | Comments

Scientists have long known that our ability to think quickly and recall information, also known as fluid intelligence, peaks around age 20 and then begins a slow decline. However, more recent findings, including a new study from neuroscientists at MIT and Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), suggest that the real picture is much more complex.

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Some recent views of the Red Planet from the Visual Monitoring Camera, the "Mars Webcam" on board the Mars Express orbiter. Left: a clear view of the canyon, and all the way down to the south polar cap. Right: weather on the horizon. Courtesy of ESA/Mars

Mars Express Camera available for Public Imaging

March 9, 2015 3:53 pm | by ESA | News | Comments

Have you ever used a camera on board an interplanetary spacecraft? In May 2015, the ‘webcam’ on board Mars Express will be available for public imaging requests. ESA is inviting schools, science clubs and youth groups to submit proposals for one of eight opportunities to image another planet using the Visual Monitoring Camera on board Mars Express.

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Over the past several decades, astronomers have come to realize that the sky is filled with magnifying glasses that allow the study of very distant and faint objects barely visible with even the largest telescopes. An astronomer has now found that one of

Distant Supernova Split Four Ways by Gravitational Lens

March 6, 2015 4:57 pm | by Robert Sanders, UC Berkeley | News | Comments

Over the past several decades, astronomers have come to realize that the sky is filled with magnifying glasses that allow the study of very distant and faint objects barely visible with even the largest telescopes. An astronomer has now found that one of these lenses – called an “Einstein cross”– has created four separate images of a distant supernova.

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Researchers have used an advanced model to simulate in unprecedented detail the workings of "resistance-switching cells" that might replace conventional memory for electronics applications, with the potential to bring faster and higher capacity computer m

Simulations Provide Insight Into Emerging Nanoelectronic Device

March 6, 2015 4:23 pm | by Purdue University | News | Comments

Researchers have used an advanced model to simulate in unprecedented detail the workings of "resistance-switching cells" that might replace conventional memory for electronics applications, with the potential to bring faster and higher capacity computer memory while consuming less energy.

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When it comes to boiling water—or the phenomenon of applying heat to a liquid until it transitions to a gas—is there anything left for today’s scientists to study? The surprising answer is, yes, quite a bit.

Mathematicians Model Fluids at Mesoscale

March 6, 2015 3:52 pm | by Julie Chao, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory | News | Comments

When it comes to boiling water—or the phenomenon of applying heat to a liquid until it transitions to a gas—is there anything left for today’s scientists to study? The surprising answer is, yes, quite a bit. 

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ESA’s Proba-V minisatellite captures the rare sight of standing water in the arid south Australian outback. Lake Frome, one of the whitest salt lakes in the southern hemisphere is visible to the right. Unusually, this 12 February image shows it filled wit

Salt Lake Australia

March 6, 2015 3:13 pm | News | Comments

ESA’s Proba-V minisatellite captures the rare sight of standing water in the arid south Australian outback. Lake Frome, one of the whitest salt lakes in the southern hemisphere is visible to the right. Unusually, this 12 February image shows it filled with brackish water that has flowed down the creeks in the area, which are typically dry.

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The organizers of the inaugural ISC Cloud & Big Data conference are offering engineers and scientists in academia, industry and the government the opportunity to be a part of their new forum. Researchers in cloud computing and big data are encouraged to s

ISC Cloud & Big Data Open for Research Paper Submission

March 6, 2015 3:01 pm | by ISC Cloud & Big Data and ISC High Performance | News | Comments

The organizers of the inaugural ISC Cloud & Big Data conference are offering engineers and scientists in academia, industry and the government the opportunity to be a part of their new forum. Researchers in cloud computing and big data are encouraged to submit research papers, which will be presented to attendees during the conference proceedings.

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