Computing hardware/software

Computational tool to assess superbug's response to antibiotics

16 March, 2018 by

A powerful computational tool has been developed for antimicrobial pharmacological research into one of the world's most dangerous superbugs.

3D cancer tissues stored in a virtual biobank

13 March, 2018 by

Newcastle researchers have developed what is claimed to be the world's first virtual platform to host 3D copies of human cancer tissues.

LTech Lims1 DocuVault document management software

01 March, 2018 by | Supplied by: LTech Australia Pty Ltd

DocuVault is secure, robust and enterprise-friendly document management software that supports major documents' formats and allows for seamless integration with ERP systems and accounting software.

Autoscribe launches in Australia

16 February, 2018 by | Supplied by: Autoscribe Informatics Pty Ltd

Software provider Autoscribe Informatics has launched in Adelaide, South Australia, to better service the needs of its current and future customers in Australia and New Zealand.

Media Cybernetics Image-Pro Premier 2D Image Analysis Software v9.3

01 February, 2018 by | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

Image-Pro Premier, by Media Cybernetics, is a 2D image analysis software package that offers intuitive tools that make it easy to capture, process, count, measure, analyse and share images and valuable data.

Visualising employment trends in biomedical science

25 January, 2018 by

US researchers have developed a tool that helps newly trained scientists evaluate various career paths, separating employment trends in biomedical science by sector, type and job specifics.

VR allows scientists to 'walk' together through cancer cells

20 December, 2017 by

Virtual reality technology is allowing multiple scientists to see inside a human cell at the same time, giving researchers a 3D tool to improve doctor interaction and help analyse how cancer drugs work.

Computer algorithms identify cancer from tissue images

19 December, 2017 by

Artificially intelligent computer algorithms have been found to equal human pathologists in detecting metastases of breast cancer in lymph nodes.

Personalised seizure prediction made possible with AI

18 December, 2017 by

Australian epilepsy researchers have used a mobile, brain-inspired processor to bring personalised seizure prediction a step closer to a reality.

When the cat's away, the mice will train

13 December, 2017 by Lauren Davis

Seeking to move neuroscience research into the fast lane, researchers at the RIKEN Brain Science Institute have constructed and deployed a high-throughput system to study mouse behaviour and physiology at a much faster rate than that achieved via manual methods.

Computer simulations reveal roots of antibiotic resistance

08 December, 2017 by

Supercomputer simulations have revealed the role of transport proteins called efflux pumps in creating drug resistance in bacteria — a breakthrough that could help improve drugs' effectiveness against life-threatening diseases and restore the efficacy of defunct antibiotics.

LTech Lims1 Risk Management standalone module

01 December, 2017 by | Supplied by: LTech Australia Pty Ltd

LTech presents its latest standalone module, Lims1 Risk Management, specifically designed for laboratories wanting to achieve management of risks and compliance.

New tool to better share clinico-genomic data

23 November, 2017 by

Spanish researchers have developed a new tool that enables clinico-genomic data to be easily shared among different institutions.

LTech Lims1 Emergent LIMS

01 November, 2017 by | Supplied by: LTech Australia Pty Ltd

LTech presents its latest laboratory information management system (LIMS), specifically designed for budget-conscious labs — Lims1 Emergent.

Big data provides insights into cardiovascular care post-hospitalisation

25 October, 2017 by

Cardiologists are collaborating on a groundbreaking study into cardiovascular care, using over 100 million healthcare records from more than 1000 hospitals.

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