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The drug discovery market accounts to be the largest market for computational biology as its use at this stage helps in reduction of drug failure in the subsequent phase i.
The proceedings of the Fourteenth International Conference on Computational methods and Experimental Measurements is contained in this volume for members of the international technical and scientific communities who need to apply the latest data and realistic problems to computational models.
For instance, in the late 1990s, Deepak Srivastava of the computational nanotechnology group at NASA Ames Research Center in Moffett Field, Calif.
Compugen (NASDAQ: CGEN) is a pioneer in the merging of computational technologies with biology, chemistry and medicine to enhance drug discovery and development.
NYSE: CSC), operates the center's HPC computational systems that address DoD user requirements for hardware, software, programming environments and training.
Compugen, a life science research company, is a leader in converging advanced computational technologies with molecular biology to model and understand the molecular mechanisms of life.
This report analyses the global market for computational biology by two main types of studies-cellular modelling and disease modelling.
This two-volume set collects the proceedings of the Second International Joint Conference on Computational Sciences and Optimization, held in Sanya, China, in April of 2009.
Training for the future leaders of systems biology research who are knowledgeable and skilled in both experimental and computational subjects is timely.
From a computational standpoint, their analysis puts Rush Hour on the same level of difficulty as such demanding games as Othello (SN: 8/16/97 p.
In November 2000, NIST hosted the Workshop on Computational Methods for Few-Body Dynamical Systems, a meeting of approximately 70 researchers co-sponsored by the National Science Foundation, the American Physical Society, and the University of Maryland.
Unique in its comprehensive coverage of not only theoretical methods but also applications in computational spectroscopy, this ready reference and handbook compiles the developments made over the last few years, from single molecule studies to the simulation of clusters and the solid state, from organic molecules to complex inorganic systems and from basic research to commercial applications in the area of environment relevance.

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