Computing hardware/software

Deep knowledge AI system could speed up drug research

12 November, 2018 by

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 by | 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 by | 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 by

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

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


VR app takes you inside Australia's only nuclear reactor

16 August, 2018 by | Supplied by: ANSTO

Entering the unseen world of atoms, users will be able to follow three possible journeys of the neutron inside the OPAL multipurpose reactor.


Eurofins IDmyk comparative sequencing identification

01 August, 2018 by | Supplied by: Eurofins | ams

The Eurofins IDmyk Comparative Sequence Index database contains 8470 valid bacteria type strain entries.


Virtual reality makes plant science fun

23 July, 2018 by

A virtual reality program created by the ARC Centre of Excellence in Plant Energy Biology takes students on an immersive journey through the cells of plants.


Could a computer program treat triple negative breast cancer?

20 June, 2018 by | Supplied by: Monash University

A computer program developed at Monash University has revealed a combination of drugs that may be the answer to treating triple negative breast cancer.


Crowdsourcing security intelligence

13 June, 2018 by Associate Professor Tim van Gelder

Inspired by how bees make collective decisions, researchers are exploring how crowdsourcing techniques may help intelligence analysts produce the best-reasoned analysis from the available data.


Millions of single cells can now be analysed simultaneously

08 June, 2018 by

Researchers have developed a sophisticated computational framework to analyse single-cell gene expression levels, scalable to process millions of individual cells.


Big data annotation tool for RNA secondary structures

23 May, 2018 by Mansi Gandhi

A big data annotation tool, called bpRNA, makes it easier to understand links between disease and mutant RNA.


Melbourne tech boosts effort to map every cell in human body

23 April, 2018 by

Two new software projects designed in Melbourne could accelerate the progress of the world-first Human Cell Atlas.


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