October 10, 2003Features
New processors from Intel, AMD, and Apple/IBM offer more speed and access to much more memory. But upgrading involves more than wanting to go faster.
By Salvatore Salamone
Industrial-strength software is helping discover unexpected connections in the scientific literature.
By Mark D. Uehling
News·Analysis Ellison Charts Course for 10gFrom Sanger to ‘Sequenater’Gridlock Is a Good Thing at NovartisNovartis’ Matter Goes to SingaporeGTG Suing Applera, Covance over Junk DNA PatentFirst HapMap Data PostedTOE Gives Poke to ServersWorking on the Pharma-IT RailroadNew CRO Takes On EDC VendorsProtein Folding, Anyone?Horizons
The race to preserve genetic treasures is getting help from genomics.
Indications are that structure prediction can assist in the automated assignment of proteins to known pathways.Columns
| Kevin Davies
The Iressa experience highlights the enormous stakes surrounding breakthrough therapies.
| Michael A. Greeley
Venture financing numbers are in for Q2, and the news is not all bad.
| By Robert Frederickson
Ardais is building a repository of clinical samples and related patient data.
| By John Dodge
Does IT matter? And why does that question refuse to go away? DepartmentsTripos SARNavigator Guides Researchers · Guava Adds GFP to Analysis System · MiraiBio Introduces DNASIS GeneIndex Service