Tag: drug discovery
Blue Gene/Q super gives researchers better picture of drug-virus interaction.
As pharmaceutical companies grow more comfortable with the cloud concept, services providing outsourcing of discovery and collaboration are set to grow.
Nimbus, a rising star in the drug discovery sphere has significantly sped its time to market using cloud-based models.
In this entry Bruce Maches takes a high-level look at SaaS and how it can be leveraged by these organizations to help them meet their research objectives in a more cost effective and timely manner.
Biotech firms require vast computational resources and for those smaller companies, this means maximizing current infrastructure and processes as much as possible. Bruce Maches weighs in one a recent implementation, looking at the challenges and possibilities for these companies.
To support large scale clinical trials, life science CIOs must deal with the challenges of provisioning and supporting vital hardware and software infrastructure. While there are a number of applications for managing clinical trials many life science companies are looking to cloud based offerings to reduce complexity and cost.
Continued advances in drug discovery will exponentially increase the amount of data generated during the discovery process. IT organizations or vendors that can supply the needed cloud-based infrastructure services in a secure and reliable manner will certainly do well in this space.
One man’s quest to build the most comprehensive computer model of human biology ever created.
Scientist wants to bring open source model to modeling human biology.
The drug industry is putting cloud computing to the test.