Courtesy of Cellware
There are more than 60 in silico modeling programs available to systems biologists, including expensive proprietary packages and niche open-source projects. Most of them, though, rely on one kind of algorithm to calculate a model.
That's why Pawan Kumar Dhar, a senior research scientist at the Bioinformatics Institute in Singapore, designed Cellware
Cellware's Java-based client resembles a Web browser and runs under Windows, Mac OS, or Linux. The back-end computational engine, written in C++, can be used on a grid, a first for a systems biology-modeling program. Thus, a model can be created anywhere in the world, exported in SBML (Systems Biology Markup Language), and run...