Computing hardware/software

The importance of quantitative cell culture for successful experiments

15 September, 2020 by Shohei Imamura* | Supplied by: Olympus Australia Pty Ltd

The human eye is not good at measuring something quantitatively. Despite this, many cell culture processes today still rely on visual observation.


AI algorithm assists in diagnosing skin diseases

11 September, 2020

South Korean researchers have developed a deep learning-based artificial intelligence (AI) algorithm that can accurately classify cutaneous skin disorders.


3D neural mapping unravels complex brain networks

09 September, 2020

A new algorithm for brain imaging data analysis enables the precise and quantitative mapping of complex neural circuits onto a standardised 3D reference atlas.


AI platform predicts clinical trial outcomes

07 September, 2020

Opyl has developed software that uses artificial intelligence to predict the probability of a vaccine, drug, diagnostic or medical device succeeding in clinical trials.


Machine learning used to identify quality graphene

02 September, 2020

Engineers have developed technology that should help industry identify and export high-quality graphene cheaper, faster and more accurately than current methods.


InterSystems TrakCare 2020 electronic medical record system

31 August, 2020 | Supplied by: InterSystems Corporation (Australia)

InterSystems has announced the latest version of its TrakCare electronic medical record system, TrakCare 2020 (T2020), providing rapid response and flexible capabilities to address diverse healthcare challenges.


Your computer can help scientists fight COVID-19

27 August, 2020 | Supplied by: IBM Australia

Anyone in the world with a PC, Mac or laptop with an internet connection can help scientists seek chemical compounds that might be effective against COVID-19.


Microbiology lab goes digital

26 August, 2020 | Supplied by: InterSystems Corporation (Australia)

Bumrungrad International Hospital has used InterSystems' TrakCare Lab Enterprise to create what has been described as one of the first fully digital microbiology laboratories in the world.


The nbn is coming — is your lab ready?

10 August, 2020 | Supplied by: eFax

Medical laboratories rely heavily on traditional fax machines to share test results and other communications—but will they be as reliable when your facility transitions to the nbn?


SCIEX OS Software for mass spectrometry

10 July, 2020 | Supplied by: AB Sciex Australia Pty Ltd

With an intuitive and user-friendly design, SCIEX OS Software is intended to make mass spectrometry more accessible and straightforward for every user.


AI image analysis helps diagnose COVID-19

01 July, 2020

An advanced medical report generation method, based on AI technology, has been shown to accurately read lung CT images and help diagnose COVID-19 cases.


The reinvention of fax technology is futureproofing the transmission of laboratory data

01 July, 2020 | Supplied by: eFax

Despite advances in healthcare technology, many laboratories and research centres are still relying on traditional fax machines to transmit sensitive data.


Oracle Clinical One Data Collection Cloud Service

23 June, 2020 | Supplied by: Oracle Australia

With the ability to capture data from any source into a single, unified platform, Oracle Clinical One is designed to improve efficiency and help speed up the delivery of breakthrough therapies.


Free access for research engagement platform

02 June, 2020

Kudos is providing the global academic community with complimentary access to its premium service to ensure researchers can continue to communicate their work.


Computer model identifies drug-resistant mutations

01 June, 2020

The approach could significantly improve the ongoing challenge of developing drugs that combat resistant cancers, as well as resistant bacterial and viral infections.


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