Computing hardware/software

Cloud version of GENALICE DNA analysis solution released on Amazon

27 February, 2015

Biomedical big data company GENALICE has added a cloud solution to its on-premise solution, the GENALICE VAULT, via Amazon Web Services (AWS). It is said to include the same functionality, accuracy, speed and footprint reduction as the GENALICE VAULT.

Novel activity identified for an existing drug

16 February, 2015 | Supplied by: Cresset

Drug discovery company Re-Pharm has used computational chemistry suite Forge, a product of its parent company Cresset, to identify novel anti-inflammatory activity for an existing drug which is widely prescribed for other non-inflammatory conditions.

IP Australia to trial IBM's cognitive computing technology

13 February, 2015

IP Australia has announced a partnership with IBM to trial the latter's cognitive computing technology, Watson, in order to improve agency efficiencies and enhance online service offerings for Australia's innovators.

Aaeon AFP-6152 stainless steel touch panel PC

30 January, 2015 | Supplied by: Interworld Electronics and Computer Industries

The AFP-6152 is a projected capacitive touch stainless steel panel PC from Aaeon. It is housed in a fanless, sealed, 316L stainless steel, IP66 certified enclosure with M12 waterproof I/O connectors.

A powerful web resource for viewing proteins

30 January, 2015

Scientists have announced the release of Aquaria - a publicly available web resource that streamlines and simplifies the process of gleaning insight from 3D protein structures.

Linx CJ400LE continuous inkjet printer

20 November, 2014 | Supplied by: Matthews Australasia Pty Ltd

The Linx CJ400LE printer is tailored specifically for coding and marking in laboratory environments. It brings the simplicity and flexibility of the Linx CJ400 continuous inkjet printer to a version adapted to a lab, where it is used to code onto Petri dishes.

Australian patent search system revamped

12 November, 2014

AusPat, IP Australia's search system for Australian patents, has been revamped. The new design has taken over a year of planning, designing and testing, with changes based on user research and customer engagement.

OneOmics Data Environment SWATH Proteomics Cloud Toolkit

31 October, 2014 | Supplied by: SCIEX Australia Pty Ltd

AB SCIEX and Illumina have partnered to create what is claimed to be the world's first multi-omics cloud-computing environment for easy, secure analysis and visualisation of large and complex data sets.

So much information - so little time

10 October, 2014 | Supplied by: IBM Australia Limited

The sciences are producing huge amounts of data and it is humanly impossible to keep up with this ever-growing body of scientific material. How can researchers deal with this volume of information?

Titian Software Mosaic 6.0 sample management software

03 October, 2014 | Supplied by: Titian Software

Titian Software has launched Mosaic 6.0, the latest version of its sample management software. Suitable for the management of compounds, biologicals and reagents, the product includes intuitive interfaces for ordering and inventory searching and functions designed to streamline laboratory workflows.

AB SCIEX MasterView Software for LC/MS/MS data

03 October, 2014 | Supplied by: SCIEX Australia Pty Ltd

AB SCIEX MasterView Software simplifies compound identification, quantitation and data review from complex mass spec data files. It enables laboratories to master the speed, power and accuracy offered by LC/MS/MS technology.

LTech Lims1 laboratory information management system

19 September, 2014 | Supplied by: LTech Australia Pty Ltd

Lims1 is an easy and flexible laboratory information management system. The fully integrated system takes care of all data requirements including sample registration, allocation of testing, result entry, data acquisition from instruments and external sources, approvals and reporting.

Genomics API allowing for seamless sharing of genetic data

13 August, 2014

The Global Alliance for Genomics and Health has announced a new application programming interface that will allow DNA data providers and consumers to better share information and work together on a global scale.

World-first computer chip inspired by the human brain

11 August, 2014

Scientists from IBM have unveiled the first neurosynaptic computer chip to achieve an unprecedented scale of 1 million programmable spiking neurons, 256 million programmable synapses and 46 billion synaptic operations per second per watt.

Synoptics Health ProReveal protein detection test with process validation analytics

04 August, 2014 | Supplied by: Austmel Pty Ltd

Scientific Digital Imaging's Synoptics Health has introduced its next-generation ProReveal with process validation analytics software for detecting and analysing the amount of residual proteins on surgical instruments post decontamination. The product is designed to determine the effectiveness of the decontamination process, which will help hospitals to improve the cleanliness of their surgical instruments.

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