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DTU Team Testing Orbitrap Fusion's Phosphoproteomic Capabilities as Part of Thermo Collaboration
Thermo Fisher Scientific and the Department of Systems Biology at the Technical University of Denmark last week announced a collaboration on technology and application development related to research into cellular protein signaling.
Unique Protein and Peptide Identifications Increase 20% with New Nano-ESI Source
When testing a new mass spectrometry source in its 24/7/365 operation, scientists at the C-SIG (Cellular Signal Integration Group) lab observed a 20% increase in peptide and protein identification. The C-SIG lab was one of very few labs worldwide to test the new Thermo Scientific EASY-Spray nano-electrospray ion source prior to product launch. It was installed on their Thermo Scientific Q Exactive mass spectrometer.
Are companies drowing in a sea of data?
FT look at how businesses are coming to terms with the growing volumes of data they have to collect and keep. And how technology is helping firms to translate those data into new, more accurate predictions and insights.
Netværksmedicin – en lovende strategi mod bl.a. kræft
Forskning i biologiske netværk er vejen frem mod ny medicin og bedre behandlingsstrategier for sygdomme som kræft, diabetes og neurologiske lidelser. DTU var vært, da verdens førende forskere i netværksbiologi for nylig mødtes i Danmark for at diskutere potentialet i netværksmedicin.
Top Network Biologists Meet in Denmark to Discuss the Exciting Future of Network Medicine
The Integrative Network Biology (INB) and The Technical University of Denmark (DTU). The theme of the symposium is the promising new research area of network medicine.
Conquering Computational Complexities in Cancer Research
Large Shared Memory and Big Dynamic Range Computing - Essential Drivers in Global Modeling of Cancer Cells
En ny forståelse af cancer
Sapere Aude pris overrakt ved EliteForsk Konference 9. februar 2012: Rune Linding Rune Linding er blandt pionererne inden for netværksmedicin, og selv om hans arbejde både er innovativt og utroligt komplekst, så er de endelige målsætninger ganske konkrete og vigtige for os alle sammen: at formulere fundamentalt helt nye typer af medicin, som kan bruges i kampen mod cancer.
Taler celler over hækken?
Cellerne i vores krop kommunikerer med hinanden. Den mekanisme kan udnyttes, når vi skal forsøge at forstå dannelsen af livstruende sygdomme og på sigt give langt bedre behandling og forebyggelse.
Studier af cellers netværk kan være nøglen bedre at forstå og behandle kræft
De færreste mennesker eller organisationer træffer livsvigtige beslutninger, som udelukkende er baseret på input fra én person. De fleste foretrækker at tale med flere om det, og afveje synspunkter fra venner, kollegaer og familie. Nyt forskningsprojekt bryder med medicinsk tradition og prøver at forstå kræftceller på samme måde ved at kortlægge, hvad der sker i deres signalnetværk, når de bliver til kræftceller. Resultatet kan ændre måden vi forebygger og behandler kræft på.
Forskere usikre på karrieren
Gæsteprofessor Rune Linding (billedet) er netop vendt hjem til Danmark sammen med sin hustru efter ti års udlandsophold. LInding, der skal udføre et netværksmedicinsk studie af cancer på DTU, er en af de 33 yngre topforskere, som i dag tildeles midler af karriereprogrammet Sapere Aude.
DTU Accelerates Metagenomic Research with SGI Altix UV
SGI Altix UV is unique in its delivery of an extremely deep computational dynamic range, which enables CBS researchers to explore very large biological networks and sequence data.
ICR Hosts Meeting of Top Network Biologists
The Integrative Network Biology and Cancer Symposium will be held at The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR) in Chelsea, London, on the 14th and 15th of May.
Supercomputing to Target Cancer Research
The Institute of Cancer Research Selects SGI® Altix® UV, World’s Fastest Supercomputer, as Dedicated System for Cancer Research.
Scientists Hear Cell Conversation for First Time
A cutting edge technique that allows scientists to monitor communication between cells could transform the way laboratory medical experiments are conducted.
Thermo Fisher Scientific Collaborates with The Institute of Cancer Research to Create State-of-the-Art Proteomics Laboratory
Thermo Fisher Scientific Inc., the world leader in serving science, today announced a collaboration with the integrative network biology initiative at The Institute of Cancer Research (ICR), UK.
Human Cells Evolved to Reduce Cancer Risk
The cells of humans and other animals have likely evolved to reduce the chance of triggering cancers and other diseases.
Molecular Networks Predict Breast Cancer Survival with 80 per cent Accuracy
A woman’s chance of recovering from breast cancer can be predicted with more than 80 per cent accuracy, following the development of a new computer software called ‘DyNeMo’ that analyses changing patterns of protein activity within the body.
Weaknesses in Cancer Exposed by Advanced Computing and Genetics
Scientists have created innovative problem-solving software that highlights the weak points in cancers' 'signaling networks', creating the possibility for new cancer treatments.
UK's Institute of Cancer Research and Silicon Graphics Establish Long-term Alliance to Design and Outfit World-class Network Biology Lab
Silicon Graphics has been selected to equip, over the next five or more years, an initiative in integrative network biology at London's renowned The Institute of Cancer Research.

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