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BioNumerics shines at ASM software challenge

BioNumerics participated at the recent ASM challenge for Whole Genome Sequencing (WGS) surveillance software and obtained excellent results!

Mycobacterium tuberculosis WGS epidemiological surveillance study now published

In collaboration with world-renowned specialists in Mycobacterium tuberculosis, scientists at Applied Maths have created a standardized pipeline for the analysis of whole genome sequences (WGS) based on single nucleotide polymorphism (SNP) data.

Staphylococcus aureus whole genome sequence typing

Applied Maths is proud to present a true whole-genome schema for multi-locus sequence typing (wgMLST) of Staphylococcus aureus. The schema is available in BioNumerics and in combination with our cloud-based Calculation Engine, typing S. aureus isolates up to strain level using whole genome sequencing data is now easily accessible to everyone.

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The School of Mathematical and Natural Sciences, Arizona State University and Applied Maths together publish a video article in the Journal of Visualized Experiments (JoVE) on MALDI-TOF.

BioNumerics version 7.5 released

Applied Maths NV is proud to announce the release of version 7.5 of its flagship software suite BioNumerics. Although this version is considered a “minor” update in the sense that all our present BioNumerics Seven customers are allowed to upgrade for free, it is undoubtly a major update in terms of new functionality!

Meet us at the VAAM-DGHM meeting

We are enthusiastic to be in Dresden for the 4th joint VAAM/DGHM meeting , from Oct 5 to 8.

Come visit our booth (4.11) to learn more on wgMLST, one of the exciting novelties to be introduced with BioNumerics 7.5 .

Meet us at Knowledge for Growth 2014

We will be present on Thursday May 8th at Knowledge for Growth, the yearly convention of Flemish Biotechnology companies in Ghent. Our attendance to the 10th edition of this FlandersBio event did not go unnoticed, as evidenced by this newspaper article in De Standaard (in Dutch).

Come see us at booth #92 to learn about the most recent developments of the BioNumerics software platform!

Flemish software is being used to help analyze bacterial pathogens in the United States

In order to quickly trace foodborne disease outbreaks, the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in Atlanta recently started to analyze complete bacterial genome sequences from human samples by using the software. “This technology is beginning to replace traditional routine analyses of bacterial pathogens. With this innovative software we can guarantee reliable results with a better performance compared to current standards,” says Koen Janssens, CEO of the Flemish Applied Maths, which developed the technology.

Applied Maths mini-symposium during ECCMID 2014 in Barcelona

We are pleased to invite you to our complimentary mini-symposium followed by a reception with tapas and drinks organized in the wake of the ECCMID 2014 meeting in Barcelona.

Upgrade your license to BioNumerics Seven

With BioNumerics Seven we are offering you the toolbox to manage the challenges that come with new technologies. Watch our video to discover all novelties since version 4. With our updated pricing policy, upgrading your old license(s) to BioNumerics Seven is more affordable than ever.