“At last I met the new Apple Xserve, at the Radiological Society of North America’s [RSNA] annual conference in Chicago last week, where Apple showed up with a team of knowledgeable specialists, 2×24″ iMacs, and a posse of MacPros running a variety of relevant software,” MacWork.com reports.
“Apple is into Science, calling OS X ‘The Platform for Discovery,'” MacWork.com reports.
Video and photos of what was featured at the RSNA Apple booth here.
“Our profession is overwhelmingly Macintosh. It’s just so much easier to use. It’s more dependable. It’s more intuitive. Its faster and it’s just more elegant.” – Scott Thorn Barrows, University of Chicago Medical Center
More about Apple Mac use in science: http://www.apple.com/science/