Monthly Archives: December 2012

Self-Publishing: A Personal Experience

As some of you may know, a year ago I published my book ‘Enzyme Kinetics for Systems Biology’ and I am about to release the second edition. Next year the hope is to publish another title. Self-publishing my own book … Continue reading

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Latest Delphi XE3 Update 1

Many of us have been eagerly waiting for the first significant update to Delphi XE3 in the hope that many of the bugs in FM2 will be fixed. Alas no. Of the 63 bugs report on the public QC system, … Continue reading

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Why Linux?

I have been told many times of the virtues of Linux and decided after some requests to port our simulation back end (roadRunner, http://code.google.com/p/roadrunnerlib/) to Linux. Well two months later and we’re still trying to port the code. Quite apart … Continue reading

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LaTeX and Chemistry

I recent had the need to draw some chemical equation in a LaTeX document. In the past I’ve used ChemDraw and loaded the image into my document as a png file. Last time I used ChemDraw was on my old … Continue reading

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