Scientists flock to Galaxy open-source NGS analysis tool; Pubget puts journal search into iPad app;

> Bio-IT World's Kevin Davies writes about the capabilities and the story behind the Galaxy open-source tool for analyzing next-generation sequencing data. Feature

> PharmaVigilant said it has released I-Vault 2.6, the latest iteration of its electronic Trial Master File System, with new features such as improved reporting and customized workflow. Item

> Scientific Computing has a service piece for IT professionals called "Considerations for Software Expansions and Upgrades." Item

> Pubget has released an iPad app, putting its web-based software for searching scientific journals onto the tablet device. Release

> CRF Health said that its TrialMax system for electronic patient-reported outcomes (ePRO) has completed FDA registration as a medical device. Release

> Dotmatics said that Cancer Research UK has picked up some of its scientific software to advance its drug discovery work. Announcement

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