Antonie van LeeuwenhoekAntonie van Leeuwenhoek (1632-1723), a Dutch merchant, through his own technology of hand crafted lenses, revealed to the scientific community the hidden worlds of bacteria, protozoa and blood cells. Using detailed observation data collected in laboratory journals he laid the foundations for what has become the discipline of microbiology.
Today,  such hand written journals have been replaced by modern digital archives, too complex to grasp by a single researcher's eye. Such massive amounts of data call for new "lenses" based on innovative database technology to enable future scientific discovery. As hidden worlds were revealed through Van Leeuenhoek's lenses, SciLens data management reveals the hidden worlds within data.
In our modern world the stakes are high. To truly understand the complexities of global warming, gene diversity and the wonders of the universe, the sciences must have effective and efficient database technology in order to dissect and manipulate terabytes of raw facts. The creators of such technology will be the catalyst for future Nobel Prize winners.
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