Jalview News


Jalview is free to end-users because of support from the UK's BBSRC and The Wellcome Trust

If you would like to see Jalview continue to be available then please take a few minutes to write us a support letter saying how you use Jalview in your research/teaching.

Write as a PDF including your institution's heading and send to:
support_jalview@bartongroup.org by Friday 19th October 2018.

Thank you all those who have already written such nice letters!

  • Posted On:
    04-10-2018

    Our current core funding for Jalview from the UK BBSRC and Wellcome Trust ends in 2019.   If you would like Jalview to continue to be available, then please help us in our applications to r

  • Posted On:
    28-09-2018

    On Thursday afternoon on the 27th September and Friday morning on the 28th September, Jim Procter, Suzanne Duce and Ben Soares ran a Jalview workshop in the Tower Building IT Suite as part of the PhD Induction for Life Sciences students at the University of Dundee.

  • Posted On:
    14-09-2018

  • Posted On:
    10-09-2018

    Jalview 2.10.5 is a minor release that includes critical patches for users working with Ensembl, RNA secondary structure annotation, and those running Jalview on OSX with Java 10.

  • Posted On:
    08-06-2018

    The first patch release for Jalview 2.10.4 is now available. It includes the following minor improvments and critical patches:

  • Posted On:
    16-05-2018

    Jim Procter and Suzanne Duce travelled to Liverpool to run a 2-day multiple sequence alignment, protein structure and function modelling workshop with Dr Dan Rigden.

  • Posted On:
    10-05-2018

    We are very pleased to announce that the final release in Jalview's 2.10 series is now available.

  • Posted On:
    04-05-2018

    There are a few spaces left on the 2 day ‘Multiple Sequence Alignment with Jalview and Protein Structure and Function Modelling’ workshop in Liverpool on Monday 14th to Tuesday 15th May.

  • Posted On:
    03-05-2018

    On Thursday 3rd May, 105 primary school pupils from St Clement's and St Francis Primary Schools visited the School of Life Sciences as part of the ‘Cell-ebration of Science’ event. As well as a drama workshop, the children could try out a variety of hands-on science activities.

  • Posted On:
    13-04-2018

    On Thursday 12th April, Alssundgymnasiet Sønderborg School from Denmark visited the School of Life Sciences. In the afternoon, 19 pupils took part in a workshop using Jalview to fetch DNA, RNA and protein sequences from a variety of biological databases.

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