Applied Maths develops cutting-edge software for the biosciences. Since its establishment in 1992, the company has gained worldwide recognition with its software GelCompar for the analysis of 1D gel patterns, and later even more with BioNumerics, a software suite for integrated databasing and analysis of biological data. BioNumerics has grown into a universal platform combining databasing and analysis technologies for genomics, metabolomics and proteomics.
The cornerstones of the Applied Maths’ success are the broad expertise in all areas of bioinformatics and the competence of designing powerful and innovative algorithms. The company’s unique strength lies in the non-obvious combination of bio(techno)logical and mathematical know-how. Applied Maths software is powered by innovative algorithms, such as for pattern recognition, pattern matching, extremely fast clustering, data mining and screening.
The scientific impact of Applied Maths’ software is evidenced by the vast number of peer-reviewed publications mentioning the use of it, and the impressive portfolio of academic and industrial customers. The software packages BioNumerics and GelCompar II are used in many prestigious international projects, networks and critical-mission applications.