Software

Companies should consider moving to the cloud for a range of reasons – with both immediate and long-term benefits.
by Jarrod Medeiros, Product Manager, IDBS
11:05am
8.8.2017
There are only a handful on the market, and they range in price from $150 to $800.
by University of Alabama at Birmingham
12:07pm
6.30.2017
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New algorithm generates practical paper-folding patterns to produce any 3D structure.
by Massachusetts Institute of Technology
4:12pm
6.23.2017
The vision for the battle management/command and control (BMC2) software is to enable agile precision warfighting.
by DARPA
2:19pm
6.15.2017
A new computer system aims to solve some of the computing world’s hardest challenges in record time.
10:41am
6.13.2017
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Computer scientists strive to replicate the cognitive function, circuitry and the unique properties of neurons and synapses in the brain.
by James B. Aimone, Ph.D., Center for Computing Research, Sandia National Laboratories
9:34am
6.2.2017
The open source movement is now enabling the under-privileged class to work with tools that previously only the privileged class could access.
by Sandeep Nagar, Ph.D, GD Goenka University
10:36am
3.2.2017
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Can automation work without good data supporting it? The simple answer is very likely to be “no.”
by Paul Denny-Gouldson, Ph.D, Vice President, Strategic Solutions at IDBS
3:01pm
2.15.2017
Systems combine automated multi-column and solvent screening and intelligent run analysis software.
by Carsten Paul, Susanne Fabel and Anthony Squibb, Thermo Fisher Scientific
4:30pm
2.13.2017
Researchers simulate the design of new quantum bits for easier engineering of quantum computers.
by Department of Energy, Office of Science
10:12am
2.6.2017
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When humans and animals learn and form memories, the physical structures of their brain cells change.
by Max Planck Florida Institute for Neuroscience
9:31am
2.6.2017
Mathematical equations that model vehicular traffic, similar to fluid flow, are able to capture nonlinear phenomena, such as, traffic jam formation.
by Society for Industrial and Applied Mathematics
9:55am
2.3.2017
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A new tool could make it easier for the agricultural and food industries to meet the environmental goals established by the Paris Climate Agreement.
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8:00am
2.1.2017
Photons are the fundamental constituent of light and electrons of electric current.
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3:10pm
1.25.2017
Researchers have developed new software that will analyze any series of images much faster and more accurately than ever before.
by University of Missouri-Columbia
10:24am
1.25.2017
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New imaging systems can ensure the preservation of original blot images from alteration.
by Raymond R. Miller, Ph.D., Global Product Manager, Bio-Rad Laboratories
7:00am
1.18.2017
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