Entrepreneurs are busy as a bee, find your profits from A to Z

After working for reputable firms such as Electronic Arts and IBM, Paulina Masson found herself wavering between the decision to stay at her traditional 9-to-5 job or to venture out into the world of entrepreneurship. It didn’t take much for her to take the plunge. Paulina started at home. Instead of using her downtime to relax… Continue reading Entrepreneurs are busy as a bee, find your profits from A to Z

Cyclica Inc. is awarded access to IBM’s Blue Gene supercomputer to repurpose FDA approved drugs

TORONTO, Canada – July 2, 2013 – Cyclica Inc. has been awarded access to IBM’s Blue Gene supercomputer to optimize drug discovery and development using existing drugs that have been identified as having repurposing potential. The project will leverage Cyclica’s data platform, as well as some simulation software packages developed by Modecular. Cyclica’s co-founder, Mickaël… Continue reading Cyclica Inc. is awarded access to IBM’s Blue Gene supercomputer to repurpose FDA approved drugs

IBM Invests $175 Million into Ontario R&D Centre

By: Rob Lewis The Governments of Canada and Ontario, with IBM and a consortium of seven universities led by the University of Toronto and Western University, today announced they are collaborating to establish a new, Ontario-based $210 million dollar research and development initiative. The initiative is expected to create 145 new highly skilled jobs in Ontario. IBM will… Continue reading IBM Invests $175 Million into Ontario R&D Centre

Advances in Pattern Recognition Technologies

By Thomas Liu Pattern recognition technologies have been with us throughout the digital revolution. Until recently, it was a privilege only used by governments and large corporations. However, as processing power becomes cheaper, and “smart” devices become more widely used, the market for recognition technologies increased too. Remember the embarrassing video of Steve Jobs making… Continue reading Advances in Pattern Recognition Technologies