Core Informatics, a provider of data management solutions to clients engaged in scientific research, announced that it has hired IBM executive Josh Geballe to serve as Chief Executive Officer. Geballe joins Core after over a decade at IBM where he held international executive roles spanning general management, finance and strategy.
The Pittcon Organizing Committee has announces the course listing for the 2014...
A team of neuroengineers based at Brown University has developed a fully implantable and...
IO Healthcare is an extension of the Sentient life sciences platform into precision medicine applications, including biomarker discovery, clinical trial optimization and decision support
Asset Genius, an informatics-based business intelligence solution, is designed to enable laboratories to make effective decisions on how laboratory assets are deployed, utilized and managed throughout their lifecycle
OneLab is a Web-based, integrated laboratory informatics solution that is designed to be highly configurable, allowing labs of any size to standardize processes across multiple locations
Accelrys Enterprise Platform offers a scientifically aware, service-oriented architecture that enables the integration and deployment of broad scientific solutions spanning data management and informatics, enterprise lab management, modeling and simulation, and workflow automation
Sentient Knowledge Explorer 4.0 is semantic data integration and knowledge management software for life sciences and healthcare
The Ensemble for Biology platform is an informatics suite of applications for creating a collaborative and integrated biology workflow, from research and development to quality assurance and control
NuGenesis 8 featuring LE (Laboratory Execution) Technologies is a comprehensive data management and workflow solution designed to more effectively connect organizations' analytical laboratory data systems to their business information technology systems
IBM has announced that it is working with The Louvre Museum in Paris to preserve and protect its facilities and artwork, which inlcudes handling more than 65,000 repairs and maintenance visits per year
Accelrys, a scientific enterprise research and development software and services company, has announced that it has acquired privately-held VelQuest Corporation for $35 million in an all-cash transaction
Agilent Technologies Grows Life Sciences Business Agilent Technologies Inc. has announced it is expanding its life sciences business with two strategic acquisitions. Halo Genomics, a provider of innovative technology for the rapidly growing next generation DNA sequencing market, has now
Jacket version 2.0 has GPU computing capabilities for use with MATLAB. Features include a multi-GPU interface and support for OpenCL devices. M-code is now portable across all major GPU devices, including AMD/ATI, Intel and NVIDIA chips.
Materials Studio 6.0 enables scientists to relate product performance with material properties and behavior at the molecular and atomic scales. State-of the-art modeling and simulation combines the accuracy of quantum methods with the speed of atomistic methodologies.
Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute is a key partner in a new project to create better technologies for scientists and engineers to store, share, and preserve important scientific data related to sustainability research.
The bioisostere replacement tool, FieldStere is a fast and powerful software tool that uses innovative field-point technology, together with a database of molecular fragments, to help guide drug discovery projects and generate new intellectual property.
CERN, the European Organization for Nuclear Research and the world’s leading laboratory for particle physics, has purchased a multi-user license for COMSOL Multiphysics and a number of its add-on modules. Through this licensing agreement, this software is now available CERN wide for engineers and researchers. COMSOL Multiphysics enables them to conduct real-world simulations of any physics-based system during research, system design and development.
KnowItAll 9.0 allows users to store spectra in a user database at the precise range and resolution at which each spectrum was measured rather than being forced to conform to a fixed range and resolution for the entire database.
The use of supercomputers to propel innovation in science and engineering is an endeavor punctuated by major transformative technologies -- the latest being the new open science petascale supercomputers coming online within the U.S. Department of Energy national laboratory complex. These machines will push scientific discovery to a new realm.
Negative ions play an important role in everything from how our bodies function to the structure of the universe. Scientists from the University of Gothenburg, Sweden, have now developed a new method that makes it possible to study how the electrons in negative ions interact in, which is important in, for example, superconductors and in radiocarbon dating.
The revolutionary news that an experiment measured particles traveling faster than the speed of light drew varied ages and backgrounds to a standing-room only physics department forum, "Faster Than the Speed of Light?" in Clark Hall November 17, 2011. The experiment that triggered the excitement was simple: Scientists at the CERN accelerator in Switzerland fired a beam of neutrinos 730 kilometers through the mountains to the underground Gran Sasso Laboratory in Italy and its enormous OPERA neutrino detector.
ProLiant G7 servers featuring AMD Opteron 6200 Series processors can improve data center efficiency, scalability and performance up to 30 percent to support large-scale, virtualized and database workloads.
Successfully managing, preserving, and sharing large amounts of digitally-based data has become more of an economic challenge than a technical one, as researchers must meet a new National Science Foundation (NSF) policy requiring them to submit a data management plan as part of their funding requests, said Michael Norman, director the San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) at the University of California, San Diego.
NVIDIA has announced that the Barcelona Supercomputing Center (BSC) is developing a new hybrid supercomputer that, for the first time, uses energy-efficient, low-power NVIDIA Tegra ARM CPUs, together with high-performance NVIDIA CUDA GPUs. BSC is planning to develop the first large scale system based on this technology, with a near term goal of demonstrating two to five times improvement in energy efficiency compared with today's most efficient systems.
The nation's fastest campus supercomputer has been built at Purdue University. Nicknamed "Carter," the supercomputer was ranked 54th this week on the latest international Top500.org list of the world's most powerful supercomputers. The supercomputer was built using the latest technologies from Intel, HP and Mellanox, including not-yet-released Xenon E-5 "Sandy Bridge" Intel processors and HP Proliant servers.
The HyperCloud 32GB Virtual Dual Rank (2vR) RDIMM (registered dual inline memory module) module enables an unprecedented 768GB of RDIMM memory capacity in two-processor servers.
Cray Inc. has announced the latest addition to its line of high performance computing (HPC) products with the launch of the Cray Sonexion 1300 system -- an integrated file system, software and storage product. The introduction of the Cray Sonexion 1300 system extends Cray's presence in the storage solutions business and gives the Company the ability to offer its customers a complete and scalable Lustre file system.
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