Google to unveil Wave; Fujifilm develops biomolecular imaging for GE;

> ComputerWorld reports that Wave, a web app that Google plans to unveil later this year, combines such technologies as e-mail, IM and online documents with streaming Internet applications, and "could break down the traditional ways in which we compartmentalize and separate information--both as consumers and businesspeople." Article

> Fujifilm has announced that it will develop, manufacture and supply advanced biomolecular imaging systems to GE Healthcare. The products will be sold worldwide under the GE brand in the life science research and drug discovery markets. Announcement

> XClinical's head of business development Claus Lindenau will speak at the upcoming DIA conference on "CDISC SDTM Data Conversion: Reusability and Repeatability." The presentation will review the typical data transformation process to obtain CDISC SDTM and will compare the use of SAS code versus tools that use the CDISC XML based metadata. Release

> Brussels-based S-Clinica has named Temitope Koledoye VP, US business development and marketing, signaling its expansion into North America.

> The Rapid Structure Characterization Lab at the Schering-Plough Research Institute has selected the solariX Fourier transform mass spectrometer platform from Bruker Daltonics for structural characterization and purity assessment of pharmaceuticals under development. Release

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