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A MATLAB app enables researchers to analyze an entire region of the brain in minutes rather than days.
apr 2014
Third-party products help developers prototype and deploy human machine interface (HMI) applications with integrated graphics and multi-touch and voice input using Model-Based Design.
ott 2013
TrueAllele technology uses MATLAB, Signal Processing Toolbox, and Statistics Toolbox to mathematically separate mixed DNA data into individual contributors and their respective genotypes.
apr 2013
MATLAB image processing and statistical analyses give researchers an objective computational method for measuring the ability of drugs in development to inhibit cancer metastasis.
set 2012
Recent enhancements to MATLAB® and Image Processing Toolbox™ dramatically increase image processing speed
apr 2012
MATLAB and Simulink models help Simon Fraser University researchers run and control experiments to determine how sensory input affects walking speed.
feb 2012
Run your MATLAB code on a GPU by making a few simple changes to the code.
set 2011
At the University of Pittsburgh and Washington State University, system dynamics and physiology are combined in a single course.
mar 2011
This article provides brief profiles of 7 customers who use parallel computing to solve computationally intensive problems: Max Planck Institute, EIM Group, Argonne National Laboratory, C-COR, MIT, Univ of London, Univ of Geneva.
nov 2009
Nonlinear mixed-effects modeling provides a good solution for modeling sparse datasets. Using population pharmacokinetics (popPK) data as an example.
lug 2009
In a joint effort with MathWorks Consulting Services, Alkermes developed a video capture and analysis procedure that provides information on the physical factors influencing performance of a capsule-based drug inhaler.
mag 2009
EquuSys used MATLAB to develop an easy-to-use, non-invasive system for identifying and diagnosing equine lameness. The system processes telemetry data to provide objective data on equine biomechanics in the form of charts, 3-D plots, and animation.
mar 2009
Using a typical numerical computing problem as an example, this article describes how to threads and parallel for loops to get code to work well in a multicore system.
set 2008
This article discusses how researchers at UC San Francisco and UC Davis analyzed high-resolution microscopy images of cells using MATLAB, Statistics Toolbox and Image Processing Toolbox.
apr 2008
Case Western Reserve University researchers developed a programmable device that sends electrical signals to an implant that activates paralyzed limbs and muscles.
feb 2008
Using pre- and post-operative corneal topography data from a LASIK surgery patient as an example, this article describes the modal analysis of optics data using Zernike functions implemented in MATLAB®.
gen 2008
Analyzing array-based comparative genomic hybridization data.
dic 2007
Students at the University of Washington (UW) use MATLAB® and other MathWorks products in one of our most popular courses— EE436: Medical Instrumentation.
ott 2007
Engineering tools and techniques are driving dramatic results in systems biology — from new drugs to biofuels.
giu 2007
Engineers use rapid prototyping to advance cochlear implant technology.
ott 2006
What if Beethoven had been able to communicate directly with an electronic piano that could interpret his brain signals and record his compositions?
gen 2006
Two years ago, researchers for the Human Genome Project unveiled a component “glossary” of the human body that will ultimately yield a database of the 3,000,000,000 chemical base pairs (the DNA sequence) in the human genome.
gen 2006

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