The first patch release for Jalview 2.10.4 is now available. It includes the following minor improvments and critical patches:
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.
We are very pleased to announce that the final release in Jalview's 2.10 series is now available.
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.
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.
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.
On Friday 2nd February, Suzanne Duce visited Seaview Primary School in Monifieth, Angus. She had a question and answer session with a Year 7 class. Then talk about her research and gave practical demonstration of Jalview.
We are pleased to announce the first Jalview release of 2018!
The School of Life Sciences hosted the Christmas Next Generation Bioinformatics User Group (NextGenBUG) meeting on 12 December.