Press releases 2012

BioNumerics Seven released

Applied Maths NV is proud to announce the release of version 7.0 of its flagship software suite BioNumerics. The BioNumerics software provides a universal platform for databasing and analysis of 1D patterns, genotype/phenotype arrays, and DNA/protein sequences. The software provides powerful databasing, integrated networking and a wide range of data mining, clustering, identification, and statistical applications.

Applied Maths joins international consortium for NGS based pathogen diagnostics and genotyping

Along with 6 leading research and knowledge centers across Europe, Applied Maths has entered into a consortium to develop a methodology for rapid and accurate diagnostics and genotyping of bacterial pathogens based upon Next Generation Sequencing. The consortium has successfully applied for a EU research project, Patho-NGen-Trace, which was launched on 1 January 2012. The project will run for 54 months and receive nearly 6 million Euros in funding from the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme.

Applied Maths realizes 14% growth in 2011

Applied Maths proudly reports that it has realized a growth in revenues of more than 14% in 2011. This growth is remarkable in view of the financial crisis and its negative impact on butget spending for research in particular. Applied Maths has realized a growth in all continents, including Europe and the US, the company's home markets for 20 years.

ECDC chooses Applied Maths for the development of a European molecular surveillance network

Applied Maths has successfully concluded a public tender (OJ/19/04/2011-PROC/2011/026) launched in April 2011 by the European Centre for Disease Control (ECDC) and intended to prepare the installation of a European network for molecular typing data, such as Pulsed Field Gel Electrophoresis (PFGE), Multi Locus VNTR Analysis (MLVA), PCR-based ribotyping, spa-typing, etc.