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From the 20th-23rd February 2016, we will be exhibiting at the ABRF conference in Fort Lauderdale, Florida. Bringing with us plenty of giveaways and information, we encourage everyone to stop by and see how we have developed our Calpendo and Calpendo Lite Core Facility Management Systems for 2016. Additionally, onsite demonstrations at the conference can be arranged by clicking here.
We at Exprodo Software are expanding our development team and we have a brand new position available for a Graduate Software Developer. For more information on the vacancy and details on how to apply, please visit www.exprodo.com/vacancies/
Exprodo Software are proud to announce that we will be one of the primary sponsors at this years British Chapter ISMRM Annual Meeting. Hosted by The Centre for Advanced Biomedical Imaging (CABI) at UCL, we are honored to be a part of the event and are very much looking forward to meeting many of the delegates once again and demonstrating our Core Facility Management Systems, Calpendo and Calpendo Lite.
Exprodo Software are proud to be sponsoring the Advances in Cytometry 2015 meeting, being held in London on the 13th November. The meeting, hosted by the RMS, is a key event in the Flow Cytometry calendar and Exprodo Software are excited to be involved in such an event. For more information on the event, please visit www.rms.org.uk/advancescytometry2015.
Exprodo Software is pleased to announce that it has secured a new partnership with the Cape Universities Brain Imaging Centre (CUBIC), a joint initiative between Siemens, Stellenbosch University, University of Cape Town, and the Medical Research Council. This marks Exprodo Software's first contract within the African continent and is hoped to be the springboard for an increased presence within the continent.
Earlier this month, the Vice-Chancellor of the University of Bath took in a tour behind the scenes of the Faculty of Science to talk to representatives of the admin support teams.
The Vice-Chancellor meets the Finance and Research Support team, including Ulrika Whitley, Finance Officer
First up was the Finance & Research Office where Laura Hiscox, Finance & Research Support Manager, and her team showed how they help the Faculty’s researchers and other staff. Eric Wing gave the Vice-Chancellor a small demo of Calpendo, software being trialled to book shared research facilities.
Dame Glynis congratulated the team: “Your support means a lot to academic staff. As a young researcher I was always thankful to my finance lead Carol for keeping everything on track.”
To read the full press release, please click here
The Heartbleed bug was bad enough, but it looks like ShellShock is worse. This is a bug in a program called bash that is used in a huge number of computers, including all our servers. The bug allows arbitrary commands to be run on a computer, and is much simpler to exploit than Heartbleed was.
All of our servers have now been patched.