Everyone is talking about the environment. What with global warming, climate change and carbon footprints it seems the environment is getting more exposure than ever. The stars have even jumped on the bandwagon with the recent Live Earth concert alerting people to environmental issues, releasing over 30,000 tonnes of carbon emission in the process. Realistically the population, perhaps unknowingly, is depending on environmental science to save us from the mess that’s been created. Relying on you, the scientists and researchers, to investigate truly significant affects on our environment and ways in which to deal with them.
The growing awareness of environmental issues has also sparked an awareness that new technologies can support and often accelerate solutions. GenStat is the only software of its kind to have grown up in and remain concentrated on life sciences; it provides data analysis tools tailored to meet your needs bringing viable research and results to the environmental sector.
As the only company of its kind to concentrate on the life sciences, VSNi are ideally placed to help you reach your goals quickly, efficiently and perhaps most important, accurately. With a growing awareness that new technologies can support and often accelerate results, GenStat provides all the tools you need to bring viable research to the environmental issues.
With thousands of analyses, procedures and directives a single page isn’t nearly enough to show off GenStat. The following is but a small example of some of the possibilities; to gauge the full potential why not try GenStat for yourself?
Whether you are looking to manage, conserve, control or research GenStat has a vast range of statistical techniques to suit your needs from design of experiments through to advanced regression.Our role is to support you in achieving your goals and as such promise to deliver yearly updates guided by your input along with an unparalleled level of support to assist with your work in environmental science.
“Only when the last tree has died and the last river been poisoned and the last fish been caught will we realise we cannot eat money.” Indian Proverb