Long Noncoding RNAs: Clarity or Confusion?
Because They Are Such Elusive Prey, lncRNAs Have Yet to Emerge as Therapeutic Targets
Markets Expand for Single-Use Bioreactors
Biobags Offer Advantages Over Fixed-Tank Systems
The Challenges of Harmonizing Biomarker Data
Why Trial Success Depends on It
Top 10 Wall Street Losers of 2016
These Companies Lost the Most in a Down Year for Biopharma Stocks
If you you looking for an interactive way to better understand concepts in physics such as how a mass-spring system, temperature system, or pendulum system behaves, look no further than iDynamic, a great app by NgM Software that teaches these (and other) concepts through the combined use of theory and simulation. The app is divided into modules, each corresponding to a topic such as those listed above. For each module there exists a theory section and a simulation section. Under the theory section, app users will find a text introduction to the concept, including relevant math equations. (Users be warned, though: you will encounter advanced mathematical concepts such as partial derivatives.) The other section of the app includes interactive simulations demonstrating the behavior of the systems. Users can adjust various physical parameters and observe how those parameters affect the system. The app comes with a base set of free modules and additional modules can be purchased.