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10 June 2005 | Pharmacogenomics:
The prospect of one day having medicine created to match our individual ailment is one development which I believe most of us look forward to. The emergent field termed, �pharmacogenomics�, is the study of how an individual's genetic inheritance affects the body's response to drugs.
26 May 2005 | Bioinformatics:
A soon-to-be-released report from Business Communications Company (BCC), estimates that the global bioinformatics market is set to grow at an AAGR (average annual growth rate) of 15.8% to reach nearly $3 billion by 2010.
28 April 2005 | Industry:
During a press conference held at the French Ministry of Research on Tuesday, 26 April, Microsoft Corp. and INRIA, the French research institute, announced that they will create a new joint laboratory in the Paris region, to be called the Microsoft-INRIA Institute for Computational Science.
22 June 2004 | Linux:
With the announcement of its Linux strategy in spring 2003, Novell has committed to becoming a leader in the commercial Linux space by acquiring two of the leading intranet software companies in 2003, SUSE Linux and Ximian�, and has pushed forward the development of its networking services for both Linux and NetWare�. As the first commercial release from Novell, SUSE Linux 9.1 is certainly a great step towards Linux maturity. It is quite evident that Novell has invested a great deal of its resources into the development of SUSE Linux 9.1, and the developers from SUSE have certainly delivered.
22 April 2004 | Molecular Visualisation:
DS ViewrPro 5.0 is a release from Accelrys which combines the functionality of numerous tools into one easy-to-use package. It can be used to view molecular structures from several popular file formats, produce high quality molecular images for web publishing and printing, sketch 3D molecular models, and integrate saved work with other bioinformatics/chemoinformatics tools and system applications. Each of these functions offers a variety of options, which makes DS ViewerPro 5.0 a very powerful and practical tool, and even fun to use.
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