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Evolution of Scientific Instrumentation

August 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

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.

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Knowledge Acquisition

August 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Creating awareness with sensor fusion Bill Weaver, Ph.D. Brainteaser: Given the following sequence, "ABCDFGHJ," predict the next character.

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Implementing a Commercial System for Integrated Discovery Data Management

July 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Peter Seeboth and Ted Hawkins The last decade of the last millennium ushered in many changes for chemical and drug discovery. Automated screening and combinatorial chemistry changed how discovery scientists worked.

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Information Management for Proteomics Research

July 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Sapphire helps to automate R&D experiments and analysis while solving common research problems Charles Lee, J. Building on a requirements base of genomics, proteomic information management involves collecting, indexing, searching, and analyzing data generated from a wide variety of instrument, robotics, and software platforms.

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'Who's Who' in High Performance Computing

July 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

TOP500 Celebrates 10th Anniversary Erich Strohmaier Now in its 10th year, the TOP500 list of supercomputers serves as a "Who's Who" in the field of high performance computing (HPC).

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Using a Light Touch

July 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Analyzing Delicate Macromolecules with MALDI Bill Weaver, Ph.D. "Please call me Mister. I'm not a Doctor, I'm an engineer," requested a very modest Koichi Tanaka at a recent reception held in his honor at the Maryland Science Center in Inner Harbor, Baltimore.

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The Substance of Symbolism

June 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

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.

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Using Extensible Informatics to Optimize Drug Discovery

June 30, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

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.

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LabWare LIMS - Stability Module Manager

May 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

LabWare LIMS 5 Includes Full-Featured Stability Study Module LabWare LIMS includes a seamlessly integrated Stability Management module that provides comprehensive features for the creation and full lifecycle management of stability studies.

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225th ACS National Meeting

May 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Robert Fee, Managing Editor Drawn by the chance to hear great jazz, the lure of Bourbon Street,

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CyberLAB Knowledge Engineering System

May 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

What can Knowledge Engineering do for you? No matter what your industry-pharmaceutical, biotechnology, medical, chemical, environmental, petrochemical-the ability to own intellectual property is more than simply desirable-it's imperative.

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Thinking Inside the Box

May 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Desktop Integration for Microsoft Office and Other Applications using a Knowledge Engineering System Kristi M. McKiney, Sr. Technical Writer, Scientific Software, Inc. Thinking outside the box is the way new products and ideas are generated, but thinking inside the box may be what is needed in today's regulated laboratories in order to comply with the Food and Drug Administration's regulations for good laboratory practice,

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Enterprise Genealogy

May 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Seamless solutions for beaming results from plates, gels and arrays While many automation solution providers have done a fine job at developing creative solutions, few have ever addressed a key aspect of data management: sample traceability.

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Discover Sapphire

May 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

It's simple brilliance Visionary Reflections As the current wave of robotics approaches plateau levels, its impact on improving HTS and other drug discovery, biotech and biopharma processes, rapidly declines.

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LIMS Provides Faster Processing of Results for Efficient Scheduling

May 31, 2003 8:00 pm | Comments

Jerry Fireman, President, Structured Information PerkinElmer's LABWORKS LIMS is used in a wide variety of industries. Although the following case study is not pharma specific, the users involved encounter many of the same challenges.

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