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Scientific Computing World is the only global publication dedicated to the computing and information technology needs of scientists and engineers. It covers computing for engineering, science, and technology, grouped under the headings of Laboratory Informatics; High-Performance Computing; and Modelling and Simulation.


Laboratory Informatics software is driving the development of the ‘Smart Laboratory’, where products ranging from Electronic Laboratory Notebooks through traditional Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) to cloud-based and Product Lifecycle Management systems are not only speeding up the business of analysing samples, but also converting the data into knowledge for the enterprise or organisation. We report on developments from the discovery and QA/QC laboratory as well as process-analytic quality assurance.


Modelling and Simulation software in engineering, chemistry, and the life sciences focuses on engineering design, research and development, with simulation and optimisation (in both mechanical and chemical engineering) a particular strength of our coverage.


Underpinning all of the above is High-Performance Computing (HPC), which is required to process the huge volumes of data generated by scientific research and development. We help today’s scientists and engineers ensure the HPC resources to which they have access meet their research needs on performance, efficiency, reliability and cost.


Scientific Computing World is available via a website, regular email newsletters and a quarterly magazine, as well as a regular programme of webcasts, white papers and more. Registration to Scientific Computing World is free of charge. Join the scientific computing community today at www.scientific-computing.com/subscription.

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Streamline laboratory operations with SaaS LIMS

Reduce the burden of software management and empower scientists to focus on their research. When delivered as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS), Laboratory Information Management Systems (LIMS) can further enable organisations to build the future lab by integrating the digital lab into the data ecosystem. Making one strategic decision – to upgrade to a SaaS LIMS – leads to a wide range of benefits from the benchtop to the boardroom. Organisations with older on-premises LIMS releases have much to gain when they upgrade to a current SaaS version, including:
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How Free Energy Perturbation can accelerate drug discovery with computational prediction of molecular binding affinities - FREE webinar

Free Energy Perturbation (FEP) calculations have developed as a powerful tool to address the critical challenges faced by researchers in drug discovery and molecular modelling to perform accurate prediction of binding free energies. In this webinar, we will explore the benefits of FEP methods in computational chemistry and identify the challenges connected with the application of the method. We will be joined by Dr Sofia Bariami, Product Manager of Flare™ FEP, Cresset, and Dr Barbara Zarzycka, Assistant Professor, Vrije University of Amsterdam. Their conversation will cover:
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