Life Sciences Computing

July/August 2014

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The articles in this special section focus on the field of Computational life sciences (CLS). CLS aims to integrate two diverse pillars of modern scientific discovery┬┐the quantitative sciences and life sciences. As it continues to foster interdisciplinary research and development, it will be interesting to see how its flexible computational models and advanced simulation tools will help advance our understanding of the complex biophysical processes, structures, and interactions of the human body and of human diseases to improve our quality of life and extend our years of healthy living. Read full article »

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Mobile Commerce: A Broader Perspective

Mobile Commerce: A Broader Perspective

This Spotlight piece from our special issue on mobile commerce provides a current snapshot of the mobile commerce industry and the rapid development of mobile retail. Read full article »

IT Enhances Football at World Cup 2014

IT Enhances Football at World Cup 2014

During this year's World Cup, several innovative IT applications were deployed for the first time, reshaping how officials make decisions, how broadcasters cover live events, and how fans immerse themselves in the game. Read full article »


IT Enhances Football at World Cup 2014

Advanced technology provides greater accuracy in analysis of World Cup play. Read full article »

Call for Papers

IT-Enabled Business Innovation
Submission deadline: 1 September 2014
Publication: March/April 2015

Internet of Anything:
Submission deadline: 1 October 2014
Publication: May/June 2015

Trends in Data Analytics
Submission deadline: 1 December 2014
Publication: July/August 2015

Upcoming issues will cover life sciences computing, the consumerization of IT, and cloud computing.

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