We are quite excited about the release of Jalview 2.11.0!
Allison Meighan, a final year jewellery and metalwork undergraduate at the Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art & Design at the University of Dundee, took inspiration for her final year project from mitochondrial DNA sequences.
Dr Suzanne Duce ran hands-on demonstrations of Jalview for the public in the University’s LifeSpace Science Art Research Gallery on Saturday 11th May. This was part of the Wellcome Centre for Anti-Infectives Research’s Drug Design: Drug Discovery afternoon of activities and tours.
Jalview’s newest member Ben Soares visited St Columba's RC Primary School in Cupar on Tuesday 2nd April. Ben spoke to around fifty 8-9-year-olds in the P4 and P4/5 classes about computers, coding and computational biology.
Edinburgh Genomics are hosting Jalview workshops on Monday 29th and Tuesday 30th April.
BBSRC EastBio PhD students ran Jalview on their laptops as part of the ‘Visual and Verbal Bend to Science Communications’ DTP workshop held at the School of Life Sciences on 27th February. This was followed by a Do’s and Don’ts of Dataviz presentation by Jim Procter.
Our analysis services are now working normally. As usual, please do get in contact if you experience any problems!
Jalview's web services will be unavailable from 17:00 GMT on Monday 26th until 14:00 GMT on Tuesday 27th November.
The University of Dundee's IT team have fixed the problem and Jalview is fully operational again. Apologies for any inconvenience.
(Friday 26th October 16.50)
Apologies to Jalview users who may be trying to contact our external-facing services. Since about 22:00 on 25th October, the University of Dundee has had a major network failure. The University's IT team have identified the core problem but it looks like it will take time to fix.