Australian researchers have developed an automated computer technique that is able to aid in the diagnosis of bladder cancer, allowing suspect lesion images to be quickly and effectively analysed and then classified for cancer risk.
Most of us are aware of the impact globalisation is having on vulnerable rainforests, apex predators and a swathe of endangered species, but little attention is paid to how human activity is affecting microorganisms across the planet.
Australian scientists have discovered a new way to store quantum data, thus taking a major leap forward to providing the building blocks for a global quantum internet.
InterSystems has introduced TrakCare Lab Enterprise, claimed to be the world's first laboratory business management system (LBMS), which will help users transform from a reactive testing and results service to a proactive healthcare partner.
Everyone knows the importance of practising good cybersecurity, but we bet you never thought your computer could be hacked using DNA.
Emerson Automation Solutions has released the Syncade manufacturing execution system (MES) Workflow version 4.9 application to help life science manufacturers reduce time to market and streamline batch records and compliance.
Industrial computer manufacturer Teguar Computers is opening an office in Australia.
SCION Instruments has announced the release of its chromatography data system CompassCDS version 4.0, with features and capabilities that extend its applicability to a wide range of laboratories.
Imaris is Bitplane's core scientific software module that delivers all the necessary functionality for life sciences data management, visualisation, analysis, segmentation and interpretation of 3D and 4D microscopy datasets.
Designed for use on food lines, as well as in pharmaceutical and chemical processing, the ProdX 2.0 data management software system connects product inspection equipment across the entire production line into a single, unified network.
HIVE is a high-speed centralised data repository that removes the need to constantly move or duplicate data sets in processing and analysis workflows.
Dr Gene Elliott explores how decades-old car manufacturing ideas could now help laboratories support better patient outcomes, lower costs and meet hugely rising demand.