A multi-institutional, multimillion-dollar project to understand how antimicrobial-resistant bacteria spread, and to develop new ways to combat it, has won a $1 million grant.
Sartorius Stedim Data Analytics has announced SIMCA 16 software for multivariate data analytics. The updated SIMCA focuses on delivering a complete data analysis experience, from data organisation through to data-driven decision-making, supported by multivariate models for single and multiblock analysis.
German researchers are currently involved in an interdisciplinary and multi-institutional project aimed at making automated diagnoses from a software program more transparent.
Developed by start-up company Lookinglass, the app is designed to reduce the number of physical appointments required with doctors and occupational therapists.
The automated system is able to successfully identify between diseased and non-diseased eye tissue, in real time, through a simple scanning process.
The AstroQuest citizen science project seeks volunteers to study images of galaxies and figure out which light is coming from which galaxy.
Researchers have created a method to take genome analysis 'offline' by adapting a computer algorithm that can perform accurate analysis — with far less computer memory than current programs.
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.
Researchers have created a fact-checking program that is tackling the problem of incorrectly published biomedical research results, whether intentional or otherwise.
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.
Image-Pro v10 analysis software makes it easy to capture, process, measure, analyse and share images and data.
Adelaide researchers are creating machines capable of undertaking complex tasks, acknowledging the outcomes and improving their performance accordingly.