Computing hardware/software

Synbiosis Ames software for ProtoCOL 3 colony counter

15 March, 2019 | Supplied by: Don Whitley Scientific Australia

Designed for integrated use with the ProtoCOL 3 colony counter, the Ames software module facilitates rapid production of consistent count and ratio data from Ames test plates and is suitable for use in regulated toxicology testing laboratories.


Fact-checking program uncovers errors in biomedical research

11 March, 2019

Researchers have created a fact-checking program that is tackling the problem of incorrectly published biomedical research results, whether intentional or otherwise.


BSI enos Version 3 lab animal management software

04 February, 2019 | Supplied by: APAC Scientific Pty Ltd

The BSI enos Version 3 lab animal management software can be easily customised to match the user's facility and optimise processes and procedures, providing time-saving efficiencies.


3Brain BrainWave 4 electrophysiological data analysis software

01 February, 2019 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

BrainWave 4 from 3Brain is an acquisition and analysis software tool designed to manage high-content electrophysiological data sets. It offers real-time visualisation and the data extraction of key metrics gathered using 3Brain's microelectrode array (MEA) platforms.


Media Cybernetics Image-Pro v10 2D/3D/4D image analysis software

14 December, 2018 | Supplied by: SciTech Pty Ltd

Image-Pro v10 analysis software makes it easy to capture, process, measure, analyse and share images and data.


AI meets image analysis at the University of Adelaide

30 November, 2018

Adelaide researchers are creating machines capable of undertaking complex tasks, acknowledging the outcomes and improving their performance accordingly.


eDAQ EPU452 Quad Multi Function isoPod with USB

21 November, 2018 | Supplied by: eDAQ Pty Ltd

The eDAQ EPU452 Quad Multi Function isoPod with USB is a four-channel, user-configurable data recorder capable of recording data from common laboratory transducers directly to the personal computer.


Using automation to fast-track commercialisation

16 November, 2018 by James O’Brien | Supplied by: Tecan Australia

When it's time to move biotechnology breakthroughs towards commercialisation, specific application workflows may require a custom approach to lab automation.


Deep knowledge AI system could speed up drug research

12 November, 2018

Known as Pattern to Knowledge (P2K), the technology uses artificial intelligence to leverage deep knowledge from data instead of relying solely on classical machine learning.


Thermo Scientific Mass Frontier 8.0 mass spectrometry software

08 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Thermo Fisher Scientific

Thermo Scientific Mass Frontier 8.0 software enables analysts to rapidly deconvolute and search information-rich, MSn mass spectrometric data produced during the identification and structural characterisation of small-molecule unknown compounds and their fragments.


Lonza MODA-ES Software Platform

02 November, 2018 | Supplied by: Lonza Australia Pty Ltd

Lonza's next-generation electronic batch record execution platform, the MODA-ES Software Platform, offers a flexible solution for consolidating and managing batch and quality data produced across cell and gene therapy manufacturing processes.


How virtual reality can change the way we see our molecular world

01 November, 2018 by Alexa Morales* | Supplied by: Oracle Australia

The iMD (interactive molecular dynamics) VR version of Nano Simbox, created by Interactive Scientific (iSci), lets anyone visit and play with the invisible molecular world.


Biomedical research — why are potentially important genes ignored?

16 October, 2018 by Mansi Gandhi

Most research on human genes only concentrates on around 2000 out of a pool of nearly 20,000 genes.


New algorithm could improve rare disease diagnosis

02 October, 2018

Stanford scientists have developed an algorithm, called Phrank, that automates the most labour-intensive part of genetic diagnosis.


Deep-learning algorithm controls paralysed arms

25 September, 2018

By analysing the brain activity of tetraplegia patients, a new deep-learning algorithm can help restore functional movements to previously paralysed limbs.


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